Veto is defined as to refuse to sign a bill passed by Congress or reject a proposed act.(verb)
An example of to veto is President George W. Bush refusing to sign the State Children's Health Insurance bill.
See veto in Webster's New World College Dictionary
noun pl. vetoes
Origin: L, I forbid < vetare, to forbid
See veto in American Heritage Dictionary 4
noun pl. ve·toes
Origin: From Latin vetō
Origin: , first person sing. present tense of vetāre, to forbid.
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