In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(caza/pesca) to prohibit(pesca/caza) (during the closed season) to bana partir de mañana queda vedada la pesca — fishing is banned / prohibited as from tomorrow
2(prohibir)to banvedar el consumo de carne — to ban the consumption of meat
- tiene la entrada vedada en ese lugar — he's been banned from there
- en esta casa ese tema está vedado — we don't mention that subject in this house
- son placeres que les están vedados — they are pleasures which are forbidden to them
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