Noun(1) one of the tendons at the back of the knee
Verb(1) make ineffective or powerless(2) cripple by cutting the hamstring
(1) Squall pushed aside the chair that Mathers was trying to hamstring him with.(2) he pulled a hamstring(3) They can go to the neck and slice the jugular vein and carotid artery; they can cut the hamstring above the hock; they can cut the band on top of the neck.(4) Do not run down the rear of the leg when nearing the hock as it is easy to cut the hamstring and cause lameness.(5) In fact, members of the medical advisory board will be severely hamstrung unless the company is prepared to provide them with certain marketing materials.(6) Encyclicals have long been considered an imperfect genre, hampered by their style and hamstrung by the need to reconcile competing political and bureaucratic factions.(7) That would give the government a much-needed handle on economic policy-making, which has been hamstrung by opposition obstructionism.(8) However, the Medical Council feels it is hamstrung by 20-year-old legislation which restricts it from expanding the council to cope with its heavy workload.(9) Once the strike began, television was already flooded with a backlog of commercials, virtually hamstringing the cause by making its effect invisible.(10) Its construction has been hamstrung by numerous delays and corruption scandals.(11) His ability to bring reform to Brazil will be hamstrung by budget restrictions(12) The impact of reform will be slow and it is hamstrung by being unable to aggressively reflate its economy by the euro's self-defeating rules so clearly in need of change.(13) Is NASA too hamstrung by those restraints to do something as bold as returning to the moon and going to Mars?(14) This secrecy effectively hamstrings the negotiations of other webcasters and makes it difficult for artists to collect what they are owed.(15) Manufacturing has slowed to a trickle, hamstrung by shortages of fuel and imported components.(16) He hammered the remnants of his blade into the chest of the one who shattered it, and jumped to avoid a swipe that would have hamstrung him.
(1) hamstring muscle :: ハムストリング筋
1. cripple ::
2. lame ::
3. disable ::
4. incapacitate ::
Different Formshamstring, hamstringing, hamstrings
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