pr@ hI biht [or] pro hI biht
definition 1: to forbid (an action) by authority.
example: New York State law prohibits operating a vehicle without shoes.
example: Swimming is prohibited outside designated areas in the park.
definition 2: to forbid (a person) from taking a particular action.
example: Her mother tried to prohibit her from seeing her father after he left the family.
definition 3: to render impossible; prevent.
example: Icy roads prohibited further travel.
1. showing or characterized by courage in both spirit and action; brave; heroic.
It is a story of valiant knights and noble deeds.
2. determined or praiseworthy.
Although they failed, they put in a valiant effort.
In dih spen s@ b@l
definition: absolutely necessary; essential.
example: A good knife is indispensable for professional cooking.
example: Her help was indispensable to me during the the writing of my book.
bə de vəl
to annoy or harass devilishly; torment.
The problems of running the dilapidated school bedeviled the principal.
s@ puhr flu @s
definition: being beyond a sufficient amount; excessive.
example: This paragraph is superfluous and could easily be eliminated.