English version

tie/bind somebody hand and foot

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtie/bind somebody hand and foottie/bind somebody hand and foota) TIEto tie up someone’s hands and feet b) CONTROLto make it very difficult or impossible for someone to do what they think is best hand
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tie/bind somebody hand and footWe're bound hand and foot by all these safety regulations.Then, before she realised what was happening, he fastened her in the double stirrups, binding her hands and feet.
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