Synonyms of ban in English:

ban


See definition of ban

verb

1‘Norway banned all tobacco advertising in 1975’

SYNONYMS
prohibit, forbid, veto, proscribe, disallow, outlaw, make illegal, embargo, place an embargo on, bar, debar, block, stop, put a stop to, put an end to, suppress, interdict
enjoin, restrain
ANTONYMS

permit

2‘Gary was banned from the playground’

SYNONYMS
exclude, banish, expel, eject, evict, drive out, force out, oust, remove, get rid of, drum out, thrust out, push out, turn out
prohibit from entering
informal boot out, kick out, give someone the boot
British informal turf out
ANTONYMS

admit


noun

1‘a total ban on smoking’

SYNONYMS
prohibition, veto, proscription, embargo, bar, suppression, stoppage, interdict, interdiction, moratorium, injunction
ANTONYMS

permission

2‘he faced a possible ban from international football’

SYNONYMS
exclusion, banishment, expulsion, ejection, eviction, removal
ANTONYMS

admission