Definition of 'chained'
Translations for 'chained'
British English: chained ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone is chained to a person or a situation, you are emphasizing that there are reasons why they cannot leave that person or situation, even though you think they might like to.
At work, he was chained to a system of boring meetings.
Definition of chained from the Collins English Dictionary
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