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Yes the Neder works to forbid something which is already prohibited miDerabanan Gemara Shavuos 20b: כיום שנהרג בו גדליה בן אחיקם איצטריך ליה סלקא דעתך אמינא כיון דכי לא נדר נמי אסור כי נדר נמי לא הויא עליה איסור והאי לאו מיתפיס בנדר הוא קמ"ל If one makes a Neder like a Neder he already made on the Fast of Gedalia not to eat, one might have thought it is ...


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This is my resolve, completely for the sake of discussion, and it's not to be trusted in reality First, Neder, unlike Shvua, gives property to an item, it's not an obligation on an action (I will do...I will not do...). Assuming you meant really a Neder (e.g "This cheese-and-chicken sandwich (Issur DeRabanan) is forbidden to me like eating a sacrifice")....


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