Complete Definition of "hinder"

English

Etymology 1
OE. term|hindrian|langang, from PG. *term||hindarÅjan|to put back, from *term||hindar|back (adverb). Cognate with German term|hindern|langde.

Pronunciation
a|RP IPA|/Ëhɪn.dÉ/
a|US IPA|/Ëhɪn.dÉ/
audio|en-us-hinder.ogg|Audio (US)
rhymes|ɪndÉ(r)

Verb
en-verb

  1. transitive To keep back; to delay or impede.

#*1591 - w:William Shakespeare|William Shakespeare, s:The Two Gentlemen of Verona|The Two Gentlemen of Verona act ii, scene 7 (First Folio ed.)
#*:Then let me goe, and hinder not my courſe

  1. transitive To make difficult to accomplish; to frustrate, act as obstacle.

#*1599 - w:William Shakespeare|William Shakespeare, s:The Life of Henry the Fifth|Henry V act ii, scene 2 (act i; First Folio ed.)
#*:Since God ſo graciouſly hath brought to light<br/>This dangerous Treaſon, lurking in our way,<br/>To hinder our beginnings.

  1. context|transitive|obsolete To cause harm.

Quotations
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Synonyms
Wikisaurus-link|hinder
sense|to delay or impede movement bar, block, delay, hamper, impede, obstruct, restrain, stop
sense|to make a task difficult delay, frustrate, hamper, impede, obstruct, prevent, thwart

Antonyms
sense|to delay or impede movement aid, assist
sense|to make a task difficult assist, expedite, facilitate

Related terms
hindrance
unhindered

Translations
trans-top|to delay or impede movement
Arabic: t|ar|عاÙ|trÊÄqa|scArab, t|ar|عرÙÙ|trÊárqala|scArab
Bosnian: t|bs|sprijeÄiti, t|bs|zapreÄavati, t|bs|koÄiti
Catalan: t|ca|destorbar, t|ca|dificultar
Chinese:
Croatian: t|hr|sprijeÄiti, t|hr|zapreÄavati, t|hr|koÄiti
Danish: t|da|hindre
Dutch: t|nl|hinderen (hinder, impede), t|nl|verhinderen (hinder, impede), t-|nl|vertragen (delay)
Faroese: t|fo|hindra, t|fo|forða, t|fo|tálma, t|fo|tarna
Finnish: t|fi|estää, t|fi|haitata, t|fi|viivyttää, t|fi|pidättää
French: t|fr|entraver, t|fr|délayer
Georgian: t|ka|á®áááá¡ á¨áá¨áá|tr=xelis Å¡eÅ¡la
German: t|de|hindern, t|de|behindern, t|de|erschweren
Greek: t|el|ÏαÏεμÏοδίζÏ| (parempodízo)
Hindi: रà¥à¤à¤¨à¤¾ (roknÄ)
Hungarian: t|hu|gátol, t|hu|akadályoz, t|hu|feltart
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Italian: t+|it|ostacolare, t|it|ritardare, t|it|intralciare
Japanese: t-|ja|妨ãã|tr=samatageru
Korean: t|ko|ë°©í´íë¤|tr=banghaehada
Latin: t-|la|impedio|alt=impediÅ
Old English: t-|ang|hindrian
Portuguese: t+|pt|impedir, t|pt|reter, t|pt|entravar, t|pt|estorvar, t|pt|atrapalhar
Romanian: t-|ro|împiedica, t-|ro|reţine
Russian: t|ru|меÑаÑÑ|trmešátâ, t|ru|пÑепÑÑÑÑвоваÑÑ|trprepjátstvovatâ
Serbian:

Spanish: t+|es|estorbar, t+|es|impedir
Swahili: t|sw|zuia, t|sw|pinga
Swedish: t|sv|hindra, t|sv|fördröja (to delay)
Thai: t|th|หยุà¸à¸¢à¸±à¹à¸|tryòot yáng|scThai
Urdu: ur-Arab|رÙÚ©Ùا (roknÄ)
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trans-top|to make a task difficult
Arabic: t|ar|عاÙ|trÊÄqa|scArab, t|ar|عرÙÙ|trÊárqala|scArab
Bosnian: t|bs|sprijeÄiti, t|bs|otežavati
Catalan: t|ca|destorbar, t|ca|dificultar
Chinese
Croatian: t|bs|sprijeÄiti, t|bs|otežavati
Dutch: t|nl|hinderen (hinder), moeilijk t|nl|maken (make difficult)
Finnish: t|fi|estää, t|fi|haitata, t|fi|vaikeuttaa
French: t|fr|entraver
German: erschweren
Georgian: t|ka|áááá áááááá|trdabrkoleba, t|ka|á¨áá¤áá á®ááá|trÅ¡epâerxeba
Greek: t|el|ÏαÏεμÏοδίζÏ| (parempodízo)
Hungarian: t|hu|meggátol, t|hu|megakadályoz
Italian: t|it|impedire
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Japanese: t-|ja|妨ãã|tr=samatageru
Korean: t|ko|ì ì§íë¤|tr=jeojihada
Latin: t+|la|obsto|altobstÅ, t-|la|officio|altofficiÅ
Polish: t|pl|przeszkadzaÄ, t|pl|powstrzymywaÄ
Romanian: t-|ro|împiedica, t-|ro|stânjeni
Russian: t|ru|меÑаÑÑ|trmešátâ, t|ru|пÑепÑÑÑÑвоваÑÑ|trprepjátstvovatâ
Serbian:

Spanish: t+|es|impedir
Swahili: t|sw|kinga, t|sw|kinza
Swedish: t|sv|hindra, t|sv|försvåra (to make difficult)
Thai: t|th|à¸à¸µà¸à¸à¸§à¸²à¸|trgèet-kwÄang|scThai, t|th|à¸à¸µà¸|trgèet|scThai
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ttbc|Estonian: takistama
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Etymology 2
comparative of|hind

Pronunciation
a|RP IPA|/Ëhaɪn.dÉ/
a|US IPA|/Ëhaɪn.dÉ/
audio|en-us-hinder-adj.ogg|Audio (US)
rhymes|aɪndÉ(r)

Adjective
en-adj|-

  1. Of or belonging to that part or end which is in the rear or hind, or which follows.

#: the hinder end of a wagon
#: the hinder parts of a horse
#*1990 - C. W. H. Havard (ed.), Black's Medical Dictionary, 36th edition, p 673
#*:On a line dividing the front two-thirds from the hinder one-third, and set in the shape of a V, is a row of seven to twelve large flat-topped circumvallate papillae, ...

  1. comparative of|hind

Usage notes
Most current uses of this adjective occur in anatomical contexts.

Quotations
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Synonyms
sense|of or belonging to that part in the rear back, hind, rear

Antonyms
sense|of or belonging to that part in the rear fore, front

Related terms
hind
hindermost
hindmost

Translations
trans-top|of or belonging to that part in the rear
Arabic: t|ar|Ø®ÙÙÙ|trxálfi|scArab
Bosnian: t|bs|stražnji, t|bs|zadnji
Chinese:
Croatian: t|bs|stražnji, t|bs|zadnji
Danish: t|da|bagest, t|da|bag-
Dutch: t|nl|achterste
Georgian: t|ka|á£áááá|tr=ukana
German: hinter
Greek: t|el|ÏιÏινÏÏ|trpisinós, t|el|οÏίÏθιοÏ|tropísthios
Faroese: t|fo|aftastur, t|fo|aftari, t|fo|afturi
Finnish: t|fi|taka-, t|fi|perä-
Hungarian: t|hu|hátsó
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Japanese: t|ja|å¾ãã®|tr=ushiro no
Korean: t|ko|ë¤|tr=dwi
Latin: t|la|aversus|alt=Äversus, t|la|posterior
Macedonian: t|mk|заден
Russian: t|ru|задний|tr=zádnij
Serbian:

Swedish: t|sv|bak-, t|sv|bakre
Thai: t|th|สà¹à¸§à¸à¸«à¸¥à¸±à¸|trsùan lÄng|scThai, t|th|à¸à¹à¸²à¸à¸«à¸¥à¸±à¸|trkâang lÄng|scThai, t|th|หลัà¸|trlÄng|scThai
Ukrainian: t|uk|заднÑй
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trans-top|comparative of hind
Finnish: t|fi|taempi
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Swedish: t|sv|bakre
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Noun
en-noun

  1. context|slang|euphemism The buttocks.

#*1997 - Richard Laliberte and Stephen C. George, The Men's Health Guide to Peak Conditioning <sup>1</sup>, ISBN 0875963234, page 195:
#*: Like martial arts, in-line skating is predicated on the notion that sooner or later you're going to end up on your hinder.

Quotations
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Translations
trans-top|slang:buttocks
Finnish: t|fi|persaus
German: t|de|Hintern m
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Danish
Etymology
From ON.|da hindr > LG.|da hinder; derivation from the Danish verb hindre (âto hinderâ).

Noun
hinder n
#hindrance, obstacle, impediment, obstruction
#* være til hinder
#*: to be in the way
#* ''der|Der er intet til hinder for at ...
#*: There is nothing in the way (no obstacle against it), to ...

Related terms
hindre, hindring

Category:Danish nouns


Dutch
Etymology
From MD.|nl term|hinder|lang=dum

Pronunciation
audio|Nl-hinder.ogg|Audio (NL)

Noun
hinder m

  1. hindrance, impediment, obstruction

Verb
hinder

  1. transitive #English|hinder, impede
  2. intransitive to be in the way

Category:Dutch nouns
Category:Dutch verbs


Swedish
Pronunciation
audio|Sv-hinder.ogg|Audio (Sweden)

Noun
sv-noun-n-zero|stem=hindr
hinder n
#obstacle, impediment, obstruction

Derived terms
hinderbana
hinderlöpning
trafikhinder

Related terms
hindra

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