Hamper

I глагол 1) препятствовать, мешать (чему-либо); затруднять, стеснять движения Например: to hamper in something — помешать в чём-либо to hamper the progress of business — препятствовать успеху дела Синоним(ы): hinder, fasten, bind, fetter, shackle, clog 2) связывать вместе Синоним(ы): pack up II имя существительное 1) корзина с крышкой 2) корзина с продуктами

Большой англо-русский словарь

Hamper

корзина с крышкой

Англо-русский политехнический словарь

Hamper

I. transitive verb (hampered; hampering) Etymology: Middle English 1. a. to restrict the movement of by bonds or obstacles ; impede b. to interfere with the operation of ; disrupt 2. a. curb, restrain b. to interfere with ; encumber Synonyms: hamper, trammel, clog, fetter, shackle, manacle mean to hinder or impede in moving, progressing, or acting. hamper may imply the effect of any impeding or restraining influence
Example: hampered the investigation by refusing to cooperate. trammel suggests entangling by or confining within a net
Example: rules that trammel the artist's creativity. clog usually implies a slowing by something extraneous or encumbering
Example: a court system clogged by frivolous suits. fetter suggests a restraining so severe that freedom to move or progress is almost lost
Example: a nation fettered by an antiquated class system. shackle and manacle are stronger than fetter and suggest total loss of freedom
Example: a mind shackled by stubborn prejudice
Example: a people manacled by tyranny. II. noun Etymology: Middle English hamper, hanaper, literally, case to hold goblets, from Anglo-French hanaper, from hanap goblet, of Germanic origin; akin to Old English hnæpp bowl a large basket usually with a cover for packing, storing, or transporting articles (as food or laundry)

Энциклопедический словарь Мерриама-Вебстера