名词复数: bani 过去式: banned 过去分词: banned 现在分词: banning 第三人称单数: bans
ban 选择性必修1000 全国卷频次:1 教材出处:译林版选必修B3U4
n.&v. bans 0 bans 0 banning 0 banned 1
官方禁令 & （官方）明令禁止；禁止；取缔
Last month, San Franciso became the first U.S. city to ban plastic grocery bags.
The Modbury ban was the idea of Rebecca Hosking.
Banned from the hotel since 2001, Burchill is now welcome to come back, the Fairmont said.
Over the last seven years, most states have banned texting by drivers. (2022全国II卷)
ban ki-moon 潘基文（男子名，韩国前外长，联合国秘书长）
ban from 禁止
lift the ban 解禁；取消禁令
取締,查禁;(from)禁止n.禁止,禁令Swimming is banned in this pond.禁止在這個池塘中遊泳.
(-nn-) [VN] 1. to decide or say officially that sth is not allowed
SYN prohibit :
Chemical weapons are banned internationally.
2. [usually passive] ~ sb from sth / from doing sth to order sb not to do sth, go somewhere, etc., especially officially
He was banned from the meeting.
She’s been banned from leaving Greece while the allegations are investigated.
(BrE) He was banned from driving for six months.
~ (on sth) an official rule that says that sth is not allowed
There is to be a total ban on smoking in the office.
to impose / lift a ban
a total ban on cigarette advertising
a call to lift the ban on homosexuals in the military
→ test ban
ban2 ●●○ verb (banned, banning) [transitive] to say that something must not be done, seen, used etc 禁止，取缔 SYN prohibit OPP allow
Smoking is banned in the building.
ban somebody from doing something
Charlie’s been banned from driving for a year.
a banned substance/drug (=a drug that people competing in a sport are not allowed to take because it improves their performance) 〔体育竞技〕违禁药品
► see thesaurus at forbid
—banning noun [uncountable] the banning of trade unions
Origin ban2 Old English bannan “to command people to come”
1.VERB 动词（明令）禁止；取缔 To ban something means to state officially that it must not be done, shown, or used.
Canada will ban smoking in all offices later this year.
Last year arms sales were banned.
…a banned substance.
No reason was given for the banning of the magazine…
Opposition groups see the bannings as the latest stage of a government clampdown.
2.N-COUNT 可数名词禁令 A ban is an official ruling that something must not be done, shown, or used.
【搭配模式】：oft N on n
The General also lifted a ban on political parties.
3.VERB 动词禁止（做某事） If you are banned from doing something, you are officially prevented from doing it.
【语法信息】：be V-ed from n
【语法信息】：Also V n
He was banned from driving for three years.
bans; banned; banning [+ object] 1
: to forbid people from using (something) : to say that something cannot be used or done禁止；取缔
The school banned that book for many years.
The city has banned smoking in all public buildings.
The drug was banned a decade ago.
The use of cell phones is banned in the restaurant.
: to forbid (someone) from doing or being part of something禁止（某人）做某事；禁止加入 — usually + from
They banned [=barred] him from entering the building. = He was banned from entering the building.
She was banned from the team because of drug use.
2 ban /ˈbæn/ noun
plural bans [count] : an official rule saying that people are not allowed to use or do something禁令
The city has imposed a smoking ban in all public buildings.
— often + on
She challenged the ban on smoking.
They lifted the ban on the drug.