unban

unban

(ʌnˈbæn)
vb (tr)
to allow something that was forbidden before
Translations

unban

[ˈʌnˈbæn] VTlevantar la prohibición de

unban

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'Please unban Atif Aslam, He's an amazing artist and as well as good human being.
Unban all political parties, release all prisoners and guarantee the right of return of all exiles.
"Once you ban something, it is hard to unban it," Templeton, a software engineer who sits on the board of the Electronic Frontier Foundation--and formerly consulted on Google's self-driving car project, says.
The Department of Health will now investigate if a ban on poppers will harm the gay community and decide by July whether to "unban" them.
Finally, the optimized scheme based on mathematical methods is discussed and verified by simulation method in J1015 drive cycle, which is used for vehicle test under unban cycle conditions.
Byline: Chayatip Suttiniyom, Saowaluck Yammuen-art, Apinun Kanpiengjai, Kridsada Unban and Chartchai Khanongnuch
In addition, water can revive the environment and its application in structures and unban spaces is a response to resolve the spiritual needs of users [1].
the Government of Pakistan 48 percent Pakistanis feel that Google isn't allowing the removal of the video from YouTube which is why the decision to unban YouTube in Pakistan is still pending.
Marais list a series of factors which led the regime to unban the ANC, PAC and SACP and institute negotiations.
The hack claims to be able to unban banned consoles, individually, by sneaking into PSN and making validity changes.
Most critically, we need the ability to "like," "dislike," and give feedback to all the video advertisements (commercials) that come into our homes, and the option to ban (and easily unban, if we change our minds) ad content that doesn't fit our current interests.