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hinder definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • is or block the way of.
    • To impair or postpone the development of.
    • To keep straight back or behind; to avoid from starting or dancing; to test; to retard; to impair; to create to the full end; -- frequently followed closely by from
    • To prevent or embarrass; to debar; to shut-out.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To restrict action or development.
    • To interpose hurdles or impediments; to be a hindrance.
  • adjective:
    • Variant of hind1.
    • Of or belonging to that part or end that is in back or hind, or which employs.
    • comparative type of hind: more hind
    • Of or owned by that component or end which is in the rear, or which employs
    • situated at or near the back of an animal
  • verb:
    • to create hard to achieve; to irritate, behave as hurdle.
    • maintain back; to delay or impede.
    • resulting in harm.
    • be a hindrance or obstacle to
    • hinder or prevent the progress or success of
    • place at a disadvantage
  • noun:
    • The buttocks.
    • In hand-ball, a ball struck by a new player which later hits their opponent; or one with that your host strikes his adversary while standing within the ace-line; or the one which strikes the opponent, whom therefore hinders it from achieving the front wall surface.
  • others:
    • regarding a corner; being or coming shortly after; latter: just like hind, which is today's form, now more common.
    • going backward.
    • to keep or keep straight back; counter from going or proceeding; end; interrupt; obstruct; check; impede; retard: as, to hinder one from entering; their particular march had been hindered by fallen trees. It denotes either partial or full obstruction, in line with the context.
    • Synonyms To wait, oppose, prevent, obstruct, embarrass.
    • to-be an obstacle or impediment; stand in how.
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