hinder

  • 1 Hinder — en vivo. Datos generales Nacimiento 2001 Or …

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  • 2 Hinder — est un groupe américain de post grunge, Hard rock, originaire d Oklahoma formé en 2001 par Joe Garvey, Austin Winkler, Cody Hanson. Le groupe est actuellement basé a Barrie en Ontario. Sommaire 1 Histoire 2 Membres 3 Discographie …

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  • 3 Hinder — Основная информация …

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  • 4 hinder — vb Hinder, impede, obstruct, block, bar, dam all mean to put obstacles in the way of a person or thing or of his or its action. To hinder is to check or hold back someone or something in action or about to act, move, or start; the term usually… …

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  • 5 Hinder — Hind er, a. [OE. hindere, AS. hinder, adv., behind; akin to OHG. hintar, prep., behind, G. hinter, Goth. hindar; orig. a comparative, and akin to AS. hine hence. See {Hence}, {He}, and cf. {Hind}, a., {Hindmost}.] Of or belonging to that part or… …

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  • 6 Hinder — Hin der, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Hindered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Hindering}.] [OE. hindren, hinderen, AS. hindrian, fr. hinder behind; akin to D. hinderen, G. hindern, OHG. hintar?n, Icel. & Sw. hindra, Dan. hindre. See {Hinder}, a.] 1. To keep back or… …

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  • 7 Hinder — Auftritt der Band Hinder im Juni 2009 …

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  • 8 hinder — Ⅰ. hinder [1] ► VERB ▪ delay or impede. ORIGIN Old English, «damage»; related to BEHIND(Cf. ↑behind). Ⅱ. hinder [2] ► ADJECTIVE ▪ situated …

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  • 9 hinder — hinder1 [hin′dər] vt. [ME hindren < OE hindrian, lit., to keep or hold back (akin to Ger hindern) < base of HINDER2] 1. to keep back; restrain; get in the way of; prevent; stop 2. to make difficult for; thwart; impede; frustrate vi. to… …

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  • 10 Hinder — Hin der, v. i. To interpose obstacles or impediments; to be a hindrance. [1913 Webster] This objection hinders not but that the heroic action of some commander . . . may be written. Dryden. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 11 hinder — I verb annoy, arrest, barricade, be an impediment, be an obstacle, block, bother, check, clog, constrain, cramp, cripple, curb, detain, discommode, discourage, encumber, fetter, get in the way, halt, hamper, hamstring, handicap, hold back, impair …

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  • 12 hinder — [v] prevent, slow down arrest, balk, bar, block, bottleneck, box in, burden, check, choke, clog, contravene, counteract, crab, cramp, crimp, cripple, curb, debar, delay, deter, encumber, fetter, frustrate, get in the way*, hamper, hamstring*,… …

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  • 13 Hinder — This article is about the band. For a definition of the word hinder , see the Wiktionary entry hinder. Hinder Hinder performing live Background information …

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  • 14 hinder — verb ADVERB ▪ greatly, seriously, severely ▪ These killings have seriously hindered progress towards/toward peace. VERB + HINDER ▪ be likely to, tend to …

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  • 15 hinder — I. verb (hindered; hindering) Etymology: Middle English hindren, from Old English hindrian; akin to Old English hinder behind Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. to make slow or difficult the progress of ; hamper 2. to hold back …

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  • 16 hinder — hinder1 hinderer, n. hinderingly, adv. /hin deuhr/, v.t. 1. to cause delay, interruption, or difficulty in; hamper; impede: The storm hindered our progress. 2. to prevent from doing, acting, or happening; stop: to hinder a man from committing a… …

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  • 17 hinder — 1. verb /ˈhɪn.də,ˈhɪn.dɚ/ a) To make difficult to accomplish; to frustrate, act as obstacle. Since God ſo graciouſly hath brought to lightThis dangerous Treaſon, lurking in our way,To hinder our beginnings. b) To keep back; to delay or …

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  • 18 hinder — v. 1) (D; tr.) to hinder from 2) (D; tr.) to hinder in * * * [ haɪndə] (D; tr.) to hinder from (D; tr.) to hinder in …

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  • 19 hinder — {{11}}hinder (adj,) situated in the rear, toward the back, late 14c., probably from O.E. hinder (adv.) behind, back, afterward, but treated as a comparative of HIND (Cf. hind) (adj.). Related to O.H.G. hintar, Ger. hinter, Goth. hindar behind.… …

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  • 20 hinder — I. /ˈhɪndə / (say hinduh) verb (t) 1. to interrupt; check; retard: to be hindered by storms. 2. to prevent from acting or taking place; stop: to hinder a person from committing a crime. –verb (i) 3. to be an obstacle or impediment. {Middle… …

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