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Adjective
Having streaks or stripes
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Forbidden or not permitted
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Fastened or fenced
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(of a person) Declared ineligible (according to laws or rules) for a given job, activity, or competition
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Shut, out of service
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Closed at one end, or having a dead end
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Not admissible, especially that cannot be admitted as evidence at a trial
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Having distinct limits or boundaries
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Firmly fixed in place
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Past tense for to lock, bolt or secure with a bar
“His soldiers had to beat back the flood of invaders with swords and spears to close and bar the gates.”
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Past tense for to prohibit the participation, consideration, or inclusion of
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“The lawsuit challenged the application of three Pennsylvania Court Rules that bar the public from using audio recording devices in court.”
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Past tense for to deny admittance to someone
“The establishment has the right to bar troublemakers from their premises.”
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Past tense for to obstruct the passage or progression of
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“Legal institutions do not allow such workers to have political agency, and thus, they bar their efforts to engage in self-determination.”
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Past tense for to put or make stripes on
“Through the thin curtains, the streetlamps bar the walls with prison patterns.”
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Past tense for to expel or send away, especially permanently
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Past tense for to defy or put up an opposition to
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Past tense for to frustrate or prevent (someone) from achieving an aim
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Past tense for to impede the work or progress of
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Past tense for to cover an opening
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Past tense for to section off a physical space or area
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Past tense for watch over in order to protect or control
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Past tense for to imprison, confine or incarcerate someone
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Past tense for to fasten or fix securely in place
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Past tense for to formally bring to an end (at least temporarily)
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Past tense for retract; declare void
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Past tense for to draw to a close
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