English version

the shackles of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe shackles of somethingthe shackles of somethingliteraryTIE the limits put on your freedom and happiness by something, especially a particular form of government – used to show disapproval They finally managed to throw off the shackles of communism. shackle
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the shackles of somethingWe like the sight of them taking advantage of a new-era spirit by loosening the shackles of third world debt.And to Return, free of the shackles of human physical embodiment.I had always enjoyed being in situations where I was free of the shackles of contrived good looks.
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