- монеъ шуданмонеъбоздорандаихалал мерасонад,
Verb(1) be a hindrance or obstacle to(2) hinder or prevent the progress or accomplishment of(3) put at a disadvantage
Adjective(1) located at or near the back of an animal, or hind
(1) When pursued he makes directly for his hole, and even if his hinder parts should be caught hold of, is extricated with great difficulty.(2) With these uses come consequences, and these consequences have created problems and hinder survival of humans.(3) There are a number of difficulties, however, that hinder a fair appraisal of the empirical evidence for symptom substitution.(4) Stay away from iced beverages because they hinder digestion and can create toxins leading to skin breakouts.(5) Difficulties like dyslexia or similar learning difficulties hinder progress because people were using a different part of the brain.(6) Moreover, communication difficulties can hinder immigrant students' interaction with nonimmigrant peers.(7) Protesters say this delay will hinder development of the region and is unfair to road users since they pay the same road tax as other citizens.(8) This may be unfavourable because it may hinder the operation of organizations that create value for students.(9) He stated that the fore part of the brain contained three ventricles, and the hinder part, one.(10) It would hinder firms that could create the growth needed to help deliver the Government's public sector promises.(11) Did he have good reason to think his family would hinder his quest after greatness?(12) The man's mass seemed to both hinder his movements and create a more menacing movement at the same time.(13) Sir George strode purposefully towards a grand statue of a heroic millipede raised on its hinder legs clutching a large cross in several of its limbs.(14) No matter what sort of buttonholes your machine creates, there are several ways you can help or hinder the process.(15) Memory is seated in the hinder cell of the brain, it is the great register to the little world; and its office is to record things either done and past, or to be done.(16) Conversely, products that do not lend themselves to such comparisons encounter difficulty because they hinder valuation.
(1) to hinder :: монеъ
1. back ::
2. hamper ::
3. impede ::
4. obstruct ::
5. handicap ::
1. aid ::
2. assist ::
3. facilitate ::
4. help ::
Different Formshinder, hindered, hindering, hinders
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