Synonyme von encumbrance
something that impedes or is burdensomeShe considered the past an irrelevant encumbrance.
Having more responsibility at work felt like a burden to him.
He heaved a sigh of relief. `That's a great weight off my mind.'
High blood pressure imposes an extra load on the heart.
What was once a vote-catching policy is now a political liability.
Overcrowding remains a large obstacle to improving conditions.
drivers parking near his house and causing an obstruction
The contract proved to be a millstone around his neck.
something that impedes or is burdensomethe encumbrance of an ankle-length dress
Higher rates have been a hindrance to economic recovery.
Being a foreigner was not a handicap.
A Bill of Rights would act as a restraint on judicial power.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused during the repairs.
There is no legal impediment to the marriage.
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in the sense of handicap
something that makes progress difficultBeing a foreigner was not a handicap.
in the sense of impediment
a hindrance or obstructionThere is no legal impediment to the marriage.
in the sense of inconvenience
a state or instance of trouble or difficultyWe apologize for any inconvenience caused during the repairs.
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