[fawrbz-rob-ert-suh n] /ˈfɔrbzˈrɒb ərt sən/
Sir Johnston, 1853–1937, English actor and theatrical manager.
- For better or for worse
Under good or bad circumstances, with good or bad effect. For example, For better or for worse he trusts everyone. This term became widely familiar because it appears in the marriage service of the Book of Common Prayer (1549): “With this ring I thee wed, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, for […]
[fer-bid, fawr-] /fərˈbɪd, fɔr-/ verb (used with object), forbade or forbad or forbid, forbidden or forbid, forbidding. 1. to command (a person) not to do something, have something, etc., or not to enter some place: to forbid him entry to the house. 2. to prohibit (something); make a rule or law against: to forbid the […]
[fer-bid-ns, fawr-] /fərˈbɪd ns, fɔr-/ noun 1. the act of . 2. the state of being .
[fer-bid-n, fawr-] /fərˈbɪd n, fɔr-/ verb 1. a past participle of . adjective 2. not allowed; prohibited: a forbidden food in his religion. 3. Physics. involving a change in quantum numbers that is not permitted by the selection rules: forbidden transition. [fer-bid, fawr-] /fərˈbɪd, fɔr-/ verb (used with object), forbade or forbad or forbid, forbidden […]