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Translation of "impede" - English-Turkish dictionary

impede

verb [T]     /ɪmˈpiːd/ formal
to make it difficult or impossible for someone or something to move or make progress zorlaştırmak, güçleştirmek, engellemek, sekte vurmak A broken-down car is impeding the flow of traffic.Preventing and impedingLimiting and restricting
Translations of “impede”
in Arabic إعاقة…
in Korean 방해하다…
in Malaysian menghalang…
in French entraver…
in Italian intralciare, impacciare, rallentare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 妨礙,阻礙, 阻止…
in Russian затруднять, мешать…
in Polish utrudniać, wstrzymywać…
in Vietnamese ngăn cản…
in Spanish impedir, obstruir…
in Portuguese dificultar, atrapalhar, impedir…
in Thai กีดขวาง…
in German verhindern…
in Catalan impedir…
in Japanese ~を遅らせる…
in Indonesian mencegah, menghalangi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 妨碍,阻碍, 阻止…
(Definition of impede from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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