render impossible
I verb ban, block, check, debar, disallow, enjoin, exclude, forbid, foreclose, halt, hinder, impede, interdict, obstruct, oppose, preclude, prevent, prohibit, proscribe, refuse permission, restrain, restrict, stop, thwart, veto II index forbid

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