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Preposition
Unless something occurs
“At the end of the day I realised I had not, barring the morning's papers, read print on paper all day.”
Preposition
Following in order or importance
Noun
The act of forbidding or banning something
Noun
The state or quality of being ineligible
Noun
Banishment or exclusion from a community or society
Noun
The act of excommunicating, disfellowshipping or ejecting
Noun
Leaving out
Noun
Something that encumbers progress or movement
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Conjunction
(also used as preposition) With the exception of
Adjective
(exclusive of) Excluding items or members that do not meet certain conditions
Verb
Present participle 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.”
Verb
Present participle for to block or seal off a place, such as with a barrier
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“Howe then went back to bar the entrance to the port against the French fleet.”
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Present participle for to prohibit the participation, consideration, or inclusion of
“The lawsuit challenged the application of three Pennsylvania Court Rules that bar the public from using audio recording devices in court.”
Verb
Present participle for to deny admittance to someone
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“The establishment has the right to bar troublemakers from their premises.”
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Present participle 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.”
Verb
Present participle for to put or make stripes on
“Through the thin curtains, the streetlamps bar the walls with prison patterns.”
Verb
Present participle for to impede the work or ability of, especially intending to cause failure
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Present participle for to slow the growth or progress of, or to keep under control
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Present participle for to defy or put up an opposition to
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Present participle for to set, or to serve as, a limit to
Verb
Present participle for to cause to come to a stop or end
Verb
Present participle for to section off a physical space or area
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Present participle for to imprison or incarcerate someone
Verb
Present participle for to fail to include
Verb
Present participle for to halt an activity or task temporarily
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