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  1. no-platform

    • v.
      prevent (a person holding views regarded as unacceptable or offensive) from contributing to a public debate or meeting, especially one at which they had originally been invited to speak
    • n.
      a policy or stance whereby individuals holding views regarded as unacceptable or offensive are prevented from contributing to public debates or meetings
    • verb: no-platform, 3rd person present: no-platforms, gerund or present participle: no-platforming, past tense: no-platformed, past participle: no-platformed

    • noun: no-platform

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. British prevent (a person holding views regarded as unacceptable or offensive) from contributing to a public debate or meeting, especially one at which they had originally been invited to speak dozens of other speakers have been no-platformed because they hold non-leftist opinions if we want to debate the limits of free speech within the law we can't really do that consistently by no-platforming extremists

    名詞

    • 1. a policy or stance whereby individuals holding views regarded as unacceptable or offensive are prevented from contributing to public debates or meetings there has been an increasingly fierce debate around no-platform policies on university campuses