I verb absterrere, avert, avoid, ban, bar, barricade, block, blunt, caution, check, chill, circumscribe, constrict, cow, cramp, cumber, dampen, deflect, deny access, deterrere, detour, discommode, discountenance, discourage, disenchant, disencourage, dishearten, disincline, dismay, dissuade, divert, divert from, fend, fend off, fetter, foil, forbid, foreclose, forestall, forfend, frustrate, hamper, hamstring, hinder, hold back, hold up, impede, incommode, indispose, inhibit, interclude, interfere with, intimidate, keep back, keep from, keep off, limit, nip in the bud, obstruct, obturate, obviate, overawe, persuade against, put a stop to, put off, quell, quench, remonstrate, render averse, repel, repress, reprove, restrain, restrict, rule out, set one back, shake one's faith, stave off, stop, stultify, thwart, turn aside, undermine one's belief, ward off, warn associated concepts: deter from crime II index arrest (stop), avert, check (restrain), constrict (inhibit), debar, discourage, divert, expostulate, forbid, forestall, forewarn, frighten, halt, hamper, hold up (delay), impede, interdict, interfere, keep (restrain), limit, occlude, preclude, prevent, remonstrate, restrain, stay (halt), stem (check), stop

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  • Deter — ist der Name von: Adolf Deter (* 1900; † 1969), deutscher Politiker der KPD Ina Deter (* 1947), deutsche Musikerin Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben Wort bezeichneter Begriffe …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Deter — De*ter , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Deterred}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Deterring}.] [L. deterrere; de + terrere to frighten, terrify. See {Terror}.] To prevent by fear; hence, to hinder or prevent from action by fear of consequences, or difficulty, risk, etc …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Deter — Deter,   Ina, Rocksängerin und gitarristin, * Berlin 14. 1. 1947; begann als Liedermacherin (»Wenn du so bist wie dein Lachen«), wandte sich Ende der 70er Jahre mit eigener Band der Rockmusik zu. Ihre Songs beschäftigen sich v. a. mit politischen …   Universal-Lexikon

  • deter — 1570s, from L. deterrere to frighten from, discourage from, from de away (see DE (Cf. de )) + terrere frighten (see TERRIBLE (Cf. terrible)). Deterrent is from 1829 …   Etymology dictionary

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