- n. 手铐，脚镣；塞古
- 1.The shackles would fall by themselves if the urge that drives the present became more generally aware of its aim.
- 2.Human society entered the 19th century, as modern Western industrial civilization development, feudal society and culture of the human spirit gradually loosened the shackles.
- 3.In their efforts to free China of its socialist shackles in the 1980s and early 90s, Deng and his supporters gave lower-level officials the leeway, and the obligation, to increase economic growth.
- 锚链节卸扣; 手铐,脚镣 手铐,脚镣; 塞古; 手铐,脚镣;
- DARE SHACKLES
- colonialist shackles
- Dark Shackles
- Furious Shackles