- v.给（某人）带上手铐或脚镣( shackle的过去式和过去分词 );
She was shackled to a wall.
The trade unions are shackled by the law.
The hostage had been shackled to a radiator.
He was shackled and in darkness of torment.
Industrialists can afford to be shackled by the ideologies of politicians.
Industrialists can not afford to be shackled by the ideologies of politicians.
They are too weak and corrupt, and remain shackled to imperialism.
The dog was shackled with leather chains.
To ensure creative problem - solving, you need an advisor who shackled by preconceived notions of your market.
Skip collegeface a life of diminished opportunity, or go to collegeface a life shackled by debt.
If the target remains shackled for 2 seconds , the target takes additional magic damage and move.
Her point is that we are shackled to authority figures by forces that we barely understand.
Xu Lindong shackled 48 times and given electric shocks on 54 occasions during his confinement.
1. bound by chains fastened around the ankles