hindering : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v be a hindrance or obstacle to
- v hinder or prevent the progress or accomplishment of
- v put at a disadvantage
The brace I have to wear is hindering my movements
- s preventing movement
- But far from hindering her, the prejudice she experienced as a child inspired a blend of defiance and pride that she expressed in her 1952 novel A Many-Splendoured Thing: "We must .
- Early this week the entire writer-producer staff of Top Model walked off the job, alleging that the show's executive producers are hindering their efforts to join the Writers Guild .
- Three months into the strike, 156 protesters, including King, were arrested for violating a 1921 law against "hindering" a bus.
- Mahmoud Abbas in FOXNews
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Israeli army raids and a decision to renew excavations near a key Jerusalem holy site "are hindering the endeavor to reach a document with substance, to go to the conference."
- Gordon Brown in Reuters India
Campbell had urged a timetable for full withdrawal, saying casualty levels were now unacceptable, but Brown said this would "undermine our international obligations, as well as hindering the task of our armed forces and increasing the risks they...
- Vladimir Putin in Reuters
It is a shame that some of our partners are not helping us but, essentially, are hindering us,Putin said. "The very scale of this cynicism is astonishing -- the attempt to turn white into black, black into white and to adeptly portray...