Verb(1) prohibit, forbid, or prevent from doing something(2) limit, block, or decrease the action or function of(3) consciously restrain from showing; of emotions, desires, impulses, or behavior(4) make (someone
(1) I found the discussion of possible physiological mechanisms that inhibit sexual desire in women particularly interesting.(2) Tight ├ö├ç├┐influx├ö├ç├û controls were designed to check urban growth and inhibit the development of a black urban working class.(3) That is totally unnecessary and may inhibit you.(4) ├ö├ç├┐In big companies, there can be a lot of layers that inhibit the creative process,├ö├ç├û she says, explaining her decision to strike out on her own.(5) It does inhibit the rusting process, at least for six months or so.(6) his mother's strictures would always inhibit him(7) Unlike liquid extracted from other varieties of citrus, grapefruit juice can inhibit enzyme reactions in the gut.(8) Many developing nations, on the other, argue that intellectual property rights inhibit economic development by restricting use of existing knowledge.(9) Normally, we all inhibit our sexual desires because we fear that we'll be rejected or that we'll overwhelm or otherwise hurt the other person.(10) None of these problems is critical, but they all act to inhibit the process of renewing Australia's economic infrastructure.(11) The patient is in a panic mode and cannot be counted on to inhibit any impulses.(12) The failures are used as a key to understanding the underlying mental processes that inhibit development.(13) It also can induce an early turn of the hand at the release point, and hinder and inhibit a clean, smooth follow-through.(14) The federal government stepped in with safety requirements that essentially eliminated the daredevil antics, but didn't inhibit the growth of passenger airlines.(15) Nor can you allow his prior experience to inhibit you, since it does not put you at a disadvantage in any way that really matters.(16) Finally inclusion of EDTA in the reaction mixture inhibited the binding reaction suggesting that the divalent cations are essential for this binding activity.
1. impede ::
2. prevent ::
3. suppress ::
1. aid ::
2. assist ::
3. facilitate ::
4. help ::
Different Formsinhibit, inhibited, inhibiting, inhibits
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