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debar
p prés etc -rr-
British English: /dɪˈbɑː/
American English: /diˈbɑr/

transitive verb

  • to debar somebody from
    exclure quelqu'un de (club, ceremony, race)
    to be debarred from voting
    ne pas avoir le droit de voter

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