Definition of cramp someone's style in English:

cramp someone's style

informal Prevent a person from acting freely or naturally: he’s not putting any pressure on me that would cramp my style
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  • He said it cramps his style of getting really big bucks from Fat Cats.
  • The truth has not cramped their style in the past and is unlikely to do so during the current confirmation hearings.
  • A coalition government and a secular constitution have cramped their style.
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