EN shackle
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{noun}

1. general

shackle
shackle (also: difficulty, predicament, trouble)

2. nautical science

shackle (also: jew's harp, mooring ring)
shackle (also: jew's harp, mooring ring)

Synonyms (English) for "shackle":

shackle

Context sentences for "shackle" in Spanish

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EnglishI think that there would be no point into trying to shackle it with a predefined mandate.
Sería inútil, creo yo, querer limitarla con un mandato definido de antemano.
EnglishI understand that one of the reasons that they are proposing rejection of the common position is because it will shackle the industry.
Yo entiendo que uno de los motivos por los que proponen el rechazo de la posición común es porque atará al sector.
Englishindividual shackle rod
EnglishI share the wide-spread concern that we should treat each country on its merits and not shackle everyone to the pace of the slowest in the development of relations with the Union.
Comparto la idea mayoritaria de que debemos tratar a cada país según sus méritos y no obligar a todo el mundo a seguir el paso del más lento en desarrollar sus relaciones con la Unión.