You must be confuising this with "kibosh", which is in the dictionary with the meaning to put an end to something.
Put a (or the) kibosh on something.
by harvey January 26, 2005
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To end; to terminate; to kill off in a nonbiological sense; kind of like squashing from a position of strength and with moral certitude; to basically reverse a decision or situation with conviction. A word I thought existed in the english language. One I have used many years thinking all know it well. I was amazed to not find it in the dictionary!
1.He realized it was a bad decision to proceed with the contract so he put the kabash on the deal. 2.His son was greatful that his father put the kabash on what would have been a miserable situation.3.
by Anthony .A. Hedayat January 11, 2005
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A Hebrew word. According to James Strong in "Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries": to tread down; hence negatively to disregard; positively to conquer, subjugate, violate:—bring into bondage, force, keep under, subdue, bring into subjection.
Word occurs in Micah 7:19 of the Bible. Is translated variously "subdue" "tread under foot" in Bible translations.
by Tim Gault February 13, 2005
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noun: an ironic description of a party that implies a high energy event, when those involved are aware that the opposite is probably closer to true.
"That shareholders meeting later today is sure to be a kabash! Kidding, let's get shots afterwards."

"After school geometry tutoring, sponsored by the chess team... countdown to the kabash!"
by Handler1141 September 3, 2014
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To terminate someones annoying behavior by killing him.
My downstream did some some bad drug math on me so I put the Kabash on that.
by KoolKinkajou January 17, 2009
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A central problem causer, due to disapproval of terms and events on board
by Wyke October 8, 2020
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