Definitions for impedimentɪmˈpɛd ə mənt
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hindrance, hinderance, deterrent, impediment, balk, baulk, check, handicap(noun)
something immaterial that interferes with or delays action or progress
obstruction, obstructor, obstructer, impediment, impedimenta(noun)
any structure that makes progress difficult
A hindrance; that which impedes or hinders progress.
Baggage, especially that of an army; impedimenta
that which impedes or hinders progress, motion, activity, or effect
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Lord open for me my chest, ease my task for me and remove the impediment from my speech.
It's our hope that this matter would be looked at fairly and sensibly and would hopefully not be an impediment to the free trade deal.
Shortage of energy does not only cause enormous inconvenience, it is a serious impediment to economic growth. Today, I am here to say, there is light.
These items belong to me and I have never been charged with any offense, i am entitled to their return and there is no legal impediment to my possession of said property.
Although gradually improving, quality of assets remains a major concern in the EU and an impediment to new lending and banks' profitability, particularly in countries already under economic stress.
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- vada, překážkaCzech
- Hindernis, BehinderungGerman
- amaladhScottish Gaelic
- impedivo, impedoIdo
- beletsel, obstakel, impediment, belemmering, hindernisDutch
- obstacol, impediment, piedicăRomanian
- помеха, препятствиеRussian
- అడ్డం, ఆటంకంTelugu
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