But many people find them to be uncomfortable and an impediment to social interactions.
Two impediments to enacting the Tillis-Sinema bill are: those who, ignoring the axiom that the perfect is the enemy of the good, will settle for nothing less than a “comprehensive” solution to all immigration complexities.
实施 Tillis-Sinema 法案的两个障碍是：那些无视完美是善的敌人这一公理的人，只会满足于对所有移民复杂性的“全面”解决方案。
Other research released this month added scheduling difficulties and limited parent engagement to the list of impediments.
something immaterial that interferes with or delays action or progress
An impediment is anything that slows or blocks progress. It can refer to a physical thing, like a fallen tree in the road, or something more intangible, like how your short stature is an impediment to becoming a professional basketball player.
See the pedi in there? Pedi means “feet” and hundreds of years ago, the word impediment referred to shackling one’s feet. Now its use has broadened considerably. An impediment is something that blocks or impedes your path. There’s no end to the things in your life that can be considered impediments: your small bank account, your terrible childhood, your country’s economic malaise — any one of these could be considered an impediment in your quest for happiness.
看到里面的足部了吗？ Pedi 的意思是“脚”，数百年前，impediment 一词指的是给脚戴上枷锁。现在它的用途已经大大扩大了。障碍是阻碍或阻碍你前进的道路。生活中可以被视为障碍的事物无穷无尽：银行账户小、童年悲惨、国家经济不景气——其中任何一项都可能成为您追求幸福的障碍。
The novelist gave an unsurprising answer – that she felt no impediment about attempting this – illustrated with a surprising anecdote.
—Book Club: Restoration by Rose Tremain by ???
But a rehearsal game on Sunday in Sao Paulo was a pleasant surprise, disabled fans said, especially in a country where infrastructure is often deficient even for those with no impediments.
—For disabled fans and others, World Cup rehearsal eases fears by Brian Winter
A speech impediment, which she’d had since childhood, had led to a dislike of speaking in front of others.
—Women in Space by Karen Bush Gibson
impediment (n.)c. 1400, from Old French empedement or directly from Latin impedimentum “hindrance,” from impedire “impede,” literally “to shackle the feet,” from assimilated form of in- “into, in” (from PIE root *en “in”) + pes (genitive pedis) “foot,” from PIE root *ped- “foot.” Related: Impedimental.Related entries & more
障碍（n.）c。 1400，源自古法语 empedement 或直接源自拉丁语 impedimentum“障碍”，源自 impedire“impede”，字面意思是“束缚脚”，源自 in-“into，in”的同化形式（源自 PIE 词根 *en“in”） + pes（属格 pedis）“脚”，来自 PIE 词根 *ped-“脚”。相关：Impedimental.Related 条目及更多
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