- 1.1 [acto/venta] to prohibit [formal] esta ley prohíbe la huelga en los servicios públicos this law bans o/or prohibits strikes in public services queda terminantemente prohibido it is strictly forbidden o/or prohibited se prohibió la venta de hortalizas procedentes de la zona the sale of vegetables from the area was banned o/or prohibited se prohíbe el uso de diccionarios you are not allowed to use dictionaries, the use of dictionaries is forbidden [formal] iba en dirección prohibida I was going the wrong way up a one-way street prohibido el paso or prohibida la entrada no entry prohibido fijar carteles stick no bills, bill posters o/or bill stickers will be prosecuted prohibido fumar no smoking está prohibido fumar aquí you/she/he can't smoke here o/or this is a no-smoking area 1.2prohibirle algo
aalgn to ban sb fromsth me había prohibido la entrada al edificio he had banned me from the building o/or from entering the building el médico me ha prohibido la sal the doctor has told me I mustn't have salt se prohíbe la entrada a menores de 16 años over 16s only, no admission to persons under 16 years of age tengo prohibido el alcohol I've been told I mustn't drink alcohol 1.3prohibirle aalgn + infinitivo/infinitiveto forbid sb to + infinitivo/infinitive, prohibit sb from -ing[formal] me prohibió tocar la máquina he forbade me to touch the machine, he told me not to touch the machine prohíben a las mujeres participar en estos actos women are prohibited o/or banned from participating in these ceremonies, women are not allowed to participate in these ceremonies le tenemos prohibido salir he's not allowed out, we've grounded him [familiar/colloquial] 1.4prohibir aalgn que+ subjuntivo/subjunctiveto forbid sb to + infinitivo/infinitivete prohíbo que le hables así a tu madre I forbid you to speak to your mother like that
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Paro is the name in Spain for both unemployment and unemployment benefit. The period for which paro can be claimed ranges from three months to a year, depending on how long a person has been working. The amount paid decreases over the period of unemployment.