Complete Definition of "inhibit"

English
Etymology
From Latin inhibere, inhibit-, "to hold in", "to check", "to restrain", from in-#Latin|in-, + habere, "to have", "to hold".

Pronunciation
:Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ɪbɪt|-ɪbɪt

Verb
en-verb

  1. to hinder; to restrain

Translations
Czech: potlaÄćit
Finnish: rajoittaa, estää
French: inhiber

Derived terms
disinhibit
disinhibition
inhibition

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