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shackles

noun plural /ˈʃӕklz/
a pair of iron rings joined by a chain that are put on a prisoner’s wrists, ankles etc, to limit movement
grilletes
His captors put shackles on him.
shackle verb to put shackles on
poner grilletes
The prisoners were shackled.
Translations of “shackles”
in French fers…
in German die Ketten (pl.), in Ketten…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鐐銬, 束縛,障礙…
in Russian кандалы…
in Turkish pranga, kelepçe, zincirler…
in Chinese (Simplified) 镣铐, 束缚,障碍…
in Polish kajdany…
(Definition of shackles from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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