One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘NHS changes must not be allowed to stymie new medical treatments’
impede, interfere with, hamper, hinder, obstruct, inhibit, frustrate, thwart, foil, spoil, stall, shackle, fetter, stop, check, block, cripple, handicap, scotch
informal put paid to, put the kibosh on, snooker
British informal scupper, throw a spanner in the works of
North American informal throw a monkey wrench in the works of
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