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dis·al·low

 (dĭs′ə-lou′)
tr.v. dis·al·lowed, dis·al·low·ing, dis·al·lows
1. To refuse to allow: "[The government] disallowed his aging and dying parents any reunion with their only child" (John Simon).
2. To reject as invalid, untrue, or improper.

[Middle English disallowen, from Old French desalouer, to reprimand : des-, dis- + alouer, to approve; see allow.]

dis′al·low′a·ble adj.
dis′al·low′ance n.
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disallow

(ˌdɪsəˈlaʊ)
vb (tr)
1. to reject as untrue or invalid
2. to cancel
ˌdisalˈlowable adj
ˌdisalˈlowance n
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dis•al•low

(ˌdɪs əˈlaʊ)

v.t.
1. to reject; veto.
2. to refuse to admit the validity of.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Old French desallouer. See dis-1, allow]
dis`al•low′a•ble, adj.
dis`al•low′ance, n.
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disallow


Past participle: disallowed
Gerund: disallowing

Imperative
disallow
disallow
Present
I disallow
you disallow
he/she/it disallows
we disallow
you disallow
they disallow
Preterite
I disallowed
you disallowed
he/she/it disallowed
we disallowed
you disallowed
they disallowed
Present Continuous
I am disallowing
you are disallowing
he/she/it is disallowing
we are disallowing
you are disallowing
they are disallowing
Present Perfect
I have disallowed
you have disallowed
he/she/it has disallowed
we have disallowed
you have disallowed
they have disallowed
Past Continuous
I was disallowing
you were disallowing
he/she/it was disallowing
we were disallowing
you were disallowing
they were disallowing
Past Perfect
I had disallowed
you had disallowed
he/she/it had disallowed
we had disallowed
you had disallowed
they had disallowed
Future
I will disallow
you will disallow
he/she/it will disallow
we will disallow
you will disallow
they will disallow
Future Perfect
I will have disallowed
you will have disallowed
he/she/it will have disallowed
we will have disallowed
you will have disallowed
they will have disallowed
Future Continuous
I will be disallowing
you will be disallowing
he/she/it will be disallowing
we will be disallowing
you will be disallowing
they will be disallowing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disallowing
you have been disallowing
he/she/it has been disallowing
we have been disallowing
you have been disallowing
they have been disallowing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disallowing
you will have been disallowing
he/she/it will have been disallowing
we will have been disallowing
you will have been disallowing
they will have been disallowing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disallowing
you had been disallowing
he/she/it had been disallowing
we had been disallowing
you had been disallowing
they had been disallowing
Conditional
I would disallow
you would disallow
he/she/it would disallow
we would disallow
you would disallow
they would disallow
Past Conditional
I would have disallowed
you would have disallowed
he/she/it would have disallowed
we would have disallowed
you would have disallowed
they would have disallowed
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.disallow - command against; "I forbid you to call me late at night"; "Mother vetoed the trip to the chocolate store"; "Dad nixed our plans"
command, require - make someone do something
ban - prohibit especially by legal means or social pressure; "Smoking is banned in this building"
bar, debar, exclude - prevent from entering; keep out; "He was barred from membership in the club"
enjoin - issue an injunction
criminalise, illegalise, illegalize, outlaw, criminalize - declare illegal; outlaw; "Marijuana is criminalized in the U.S."
countenance, permit, allow, let - consent to, give permission; "She permitted her son to visit her estranged husband"; "I won't let the police search her basement"; "I cannot allow you to see your exam"
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disallow

verb reject, refuse, ban, dismiss, cancel, veto, forbid, embargo, prohibit, rebuff, repudiate, disown, proscribe, disavow, disclaim, abjure He ruled that my testimony should be disallowed.
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disallow

verb
2. To be unwilling to grant:
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Translations
يُنْكِر، يَرْفُض
nedovolitneuznatzamítnout
afviseunderkende
vísa á bug
nepripažinti
neatļaut
izin vermemekreddetmek

disallow

[ˈdɪsəˈlaʊ] VT
1. [+ claim] → rechazar
2. (Ftbl) [+ goal] → anular
3. (Jur) [+ evidence] → desestimar, rechazar; [+ conviction] → anular, invalidar
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disallow

[ˌdɪsəˈlaʊ] vt
[+ decision, appeal, claim, legislation] → rejeter
(British) (FOOTBALL) [+ goal] → refuser
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

disallow

vt evidence, expensesnicht anerkennen; claimzurückweisen, nicht anerkennen; plan etcablehnen; (Sport) goalnicht anerkennen, nicht geben
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disallow

[ˈdɪsəˈlaʊ] vtrespingere (Ftbl) (goal) → annullare
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

disallow

(disəˈlau) verb
to refuse to allow (a claim etc).
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That is what I want to consider with your help, Crito:--whether, under my present circumstances, the argument appears to be in any way different or not; and is to be allowed by me or disallowed. That argument, which, as I believe, is maintained by many persons of authority, was to the effect, as I was saying, that the opinions of some men are to be regarded, and of other men not to be regarded.
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Because of this, all employees who received the disallowed allowances and benefits were held liable and ordered to refund the amounts.
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The margin of victory on the day could have been far greater and Kayne McLaggon saw two goals disallowed for offside, both of which Merthyr would argue were incorrect decisions.
The Everton centre-back admits he was perplexed at why his second-half header was disallowed at Anfield on Sunday, but believes the Blues must take heart from their resolute display in the 220th Merseyside derby.