“Debar” is a (regular) verb and the context is normally negative. To debar someone is to exclude (excluir), prohibit (prohibir a alguien de algo), or deny (negar) someone the option to do something. A person can be “debarred” from doing something. The preposition “with” follows the verb as a collocation.
- Mr. Morales has been debarred from holding public office (…ha sido inhabilitado para ocupar cargos públicos).
- Mr. Sánchez was debarred from taking his final exam (se lo prohibió presentar al examen final).
- Carlos has been debarred from the nightclub (…ha sido excluido…).