New vocab: hamper

ham·per2
ˈhampər/
verb
verb: hamper; 3rd person present: hampers; past tense: hampered; past participle: hampered; gerund or present participle: hampering

1.
hinder or impede the movement or progress of.
“their work is hampered by lack of funds”
synonyms: hinder, obstruct, impede, inhibit, retard, balk, thwart, foil, curb, delay, set back, slow down, hobble, hold up, interfere with; More
restrict, constrain, trammel, block, check, curtail, frustrate, cramp, bridle, handicap, cripple, hamstring, shackle, fetter;
informalstymie, hog-tie, throw a (monkey) wrench in the works of
“the search was hampered by fog”
antonyms: help

nounNautical
noun: hamper

1.
necessary but cumbersome equipment on a ship.


noun
noun: hamper; plural noun: hampers

North American
a large basket with a lid used for laundry.

“a laundry hamper”
a basket with a carrying handle and a hinged lid, used for food, cutlery, and plates on a picnic.
“a picnic hamper”
synonyms: basket, pannier, wickerwork basket; box, container
“a picnic hamper”
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verb

menghambat
mengganggu
menghalangi
merintangi
mencegah
menghalang
memalangi
mempersukar

noun

keranjang
rantang

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