- adj.装链的; 装链的;
- v.束缚(chain的过去分词); 用链条系住;
At work, he was chained to a system of boring meetings.
They kept me chained up every night and released me each day.
We were sitting together in our cell, chained to the wall.
She chained her bike to the railings.
All the rowing boats were chained up.
I chained my bike to the park railings.
Don't worry about the heavy load, it's chained down.
Release the dog. He has been chained up for hours.
In former times, prisoners were chained to one another.
He chained the prisoners.
He is chained to his work.
She chained the wolf securely to the post.
He chained his bicycle to the post.
Of course the dog makes such a noise, the poor creature is chained up all day.
Surely modern women want to be informed of world current affairs; we are no longer chained to the kitchen sink!
1. bound with chains;
"enchained demons strained in anger to gnaw on his bones"
"prisoners in chains"