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what does the verb حَرَمَ mean ???

for example i found in a book the sentence

سَأحرِمُكَ من مصروف أُسبوعاً كاملً

For learning: Arabic
Base language: Arabic
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    حَرَمَ is the past form of the word يحرم = forbid/ don't give. So u can translate this sentence as
    (I'll forbid u from the pocket money for a whole week)

     

    forbade حرم - منع
    forbid
    prohibit
    interdict
    proscribe
    deprive
    divest

    to forbid or to prohibit or to ban something

    It means I'm not giving you any pocket money for a whole week !
    another form of grounding and underaged person

    the verb: حرم
    means to prevent someone from having something; deprive(of)
    the verb: حرّم
    means to make something illegal, illicit, disapproved or unacceptable usually because of a law, custom or most commonly a breach of the rules of a religion( Islam).

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