હાથકડી, બંધન, અવરોધ, કડી
Noun(1) a restraint that confines or restricts freedom (especially something used to tie down or restrain a prisoner(2) a U-shaped bar; the open end can be passed through chain links and closed with a bar
Verb(1) bind the arms of(2) restrain with fetters
(1) The ├ö├ç├┐soft law├ö├ç├û approach allows states to tackle a problem collectively at a time when they do not want too strictly to shackle their freedom of action.(2) I want to break free from the chains that shackle me to them.(3) they seek to shackle the oil and gas companies by imposing new controls(4) So was the shackle which fastened it to the halyard.(5) And unlike the anti-marketing Masters Tournament, which limits ads, the USGA doesn't shackle the networks.(6) The boy was wearing a blue and black prisoner uniform with broken shackles on his wrists and feet.(7) Together, they're a couple of test-lab refugees with little in common except for the three feet of chain that shackles them together.(8) Family support groups and consumers have come out in the open breaking the shackles of stigma and fighting for their rights.(9) They were accused of torturing and starving five of their eight adopted children - pulling out toenails, shackling them with chains and shocking them with electrical cords.(10) When Francis came to, he found himself in a cavernous room, suspended a metre or more above the ground, by sturdy shackles on his wrists and ankles.(11) Lining the walls around him were other people: men, women, and even children, who were all chained and shackled , just as he was.(12) You can mail order to your heart's content, free from the shackles of provincial law.(13) Your client is not in shackles in the prison itself, only when being transported to and from├ö├ç┬¬(14) After all, if they hadn't, they would not have believed the judge and prosecutor would stoop to the level of shackling a first-grader.(15) As a Hindu I am proud to subscribe to a creed that is free of the restrictive dogmas of holy writ that refuses to be shackled to the limitations of a single holy book.(16) The three prisoners who have been shackled up are frightened.
1. bond ::
2. chain ::
3. restrain ::
4. fetter ::
5. pinion ::
Different Formsshackle, shackled, shackles, shackling, unshackle, unshackles
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