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hamper 1

noun

  • 1 (for food)
    Example sentences
    • Marlon convinces him that it's only jealousy and then asks him to help him carry the picnic hamper.
    • Andreas has made many wonderful items in his few years as a basket maker including creels, potato baskets, Moses baskets, turf baskets, picnic hampers, etc.
    • Spectators were asked to leave items not required during their trip, including picnic hampers and bags, outside.
  • 2 (for laundry)
    cesto (masculine) or canasto (masculine) de la ropa
    Example sentences
    • If this house is later sold to someone who doesn't need the additional room to accommodate a wheelchair, it can be nicely used for laundry hampers or wicker storage baskets.
    • In a shared room you do want to make it as easy as possible for the kids to keep the room organized, so a couple of brightly-colored toy bins and laundry hampers are in order.
    • He used it as a remote eavesdropping device, tucked beneath beds and hidden in laundry hampers, capturing closed-door confessions and seizing suburban secrets.

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hamper 2
American English: /ˈhæmpər/
British English: /ˈhampə/

transitive verb

  • we were hampered by a lack of information
    nuestra tarea se vio obstaculizada por la falta de información
    Example sentences
    • It is for the younger generation to liberate the nation from the fetters hampering its progress.
    • The police organised several cranes to tow away vehicles in the area that were hampering the movement of the fire fighters.
    • The second rower's time in Sydney has not all gone smoothly, with injury hampering his progress at the club he joined in 2000.

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