足枷, 枷, 桎梏, 足械
Noun(1) a shackle for the ankles or feet
Verb(1) restrain with fetters
(1) We certainly listened very closely to the advice provided by officials, weighed up the issues, and basically came down to the basis that we must not unduly fetter or hamstring the commission itself.(2) I am appalled he would sanction the introduction of legislation such as this which, as Deputy Dukes said, will fetter the members of the House now and in the future.(3) It is said that the fetter on judicial review unlawfully discriminates against non-nationals on the ground of their nationality.(4) It is contrary to the public interest because to admit such actions would place an undesirable fetter on freedom of speech.(5) How far can the government fetter its own future freedom of executive action by entering into a contract?(6) The libertarian position, that everything the government does to try to curb antisocial behaviour is an illegitimate fetter on personal liberty, seems to me to be quite wrong.(7) Licensing, legal threats and intimidation directed at journalists all fetter press freedom.(8) There might be times when the tactics infringe individual freedoms such as the freedom to travel without fetter or freedoms of speech.(9) Whereas wrong desires restrict and fetter , right desires enhance and liberate.(10) It is a de facto fetter on the Minister's freedom to formulate policy in Government and the electorate's right to vote for parties espousing particular policies.(11) Yes, it means having a nationality, and more often than not, a religion, and so on; all of these things which really fetter us I think.(12) In my judgment to impose such an obligation on a secured creditor would impose a serious fetter on the freedom of the secured creditor to exercise his power of sale over the charged property at the time and in the manner he chooses.(13) Provided it is made without fetter of confidence and so on.(14) In such circumstances it would, I think, place a serious fetter on negotiations between other parties if they knew that everything that passed between them would ultimately have to be revealed to the one obdurate litigant.(15) As for public policy, I accept that there is an important public interest in discouraging restraints on trade, and maintaining free and open competition unencumbered by the fetters of restrictive covenants.(16) She followed obediently, moving in ridiculously small steps because her ankles were fettered to her waist.
(1) fetter :: 足枷
1. hobble ::
2. shackle ::
3. manacle ::
4. handcuff ::
5. clap in irons ::
6. put in chains ::
8. cuff ::
9. enfetter ::
Different Formsfetter, fettered, fettering, fetters, unfetter, unfettered, unfettering, unfetters
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