hinder from

hinder from
hinder from [phrasal verb]
hinder (someone or something) from (something) : to stop (someone) from (doing something)

Financial troubles hindered [=prevented] him from going on the trip.

Unfortunately, her ignorance has never hindered [=stopped] her from giving her opinion.

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