English version

without let or hindrance

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwithout let or hindrancewithout let or hindrancelawSCL happening freely without being prevented in any way let
Examples from the Corpus
without let or hindranceIt should flow easily, though not too swiftly, through the manholes, without let or hindrance.The willingness to thin the office staff without let or hindrance.Truth, however tawdry or trivial, may be told without let or hindrance from libel laws.Instead of the passport opening frontiers to the traveller without let or hindrance, it has become the means of international surveillance.
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