to hinder someone's work: cản trở công việc của ai
to hinder someone from working: cản trở không để ai làm việc gì
hinders|hindered|hindering'haɪndə(r) verb +be a hindrance or obstacle to +hinder or prevent the progress or accomplishment of +put at a disadvantage adj. +located at or near the back of an animal hinder|hindshaɪnd noun +any of several mostly spotted fishes that resemble groupers +female red deer adj. +located at or near the back of an animal
1 hamper, delay, interrupt, impede, interfere with, foil, thwart, frustrate, forestall, bar, stymie, check, balk or baulk, encumber, obstruct, handicap, set or keep or put or hold back, defer, retard, restrain, slow, postpone:
The difficulty of the task should not hinder the attempt.
Does the threat of capital punishment hinder people from committing murder?
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb [VN] ~ sb/sth (from sth / from doing sth) to make it difficult for sb to do sth or sth to happen: a political situation that hinders economic growth + Some teachers felt hindered by a lack of resources. + A former injury was hindering him from playing his best. See also-HINDRANCE
Collocation Dictionary verb
These killings have seriously hindered progress towards peace.
VERB + HINDER
be likely to, tend to
Bulky clothes tend to hinder movement.
help or hinder sth
factors which might help or hinder a child's progress at school
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