hinder from

Definition of hinder from

  1. :  to stop (someone) from (doing something) Financial troubles hindered him from going on the trip. Unfortunately, her ignorance has never hindered her from giving her opinion.

Word by Word Definitions

hinderplay
  1. :  to make slow or difficult the progress of :  hamper

    :  to hold back :  prevent, check

    :  to delay, impede, or prevent action

  1. :  situated behind or in the rear :  posterior


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