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Prevent vs Hinder – Confused between Prevent or Hinder?

Want to learn the difference Prevent and Hinder? Prevent vs Hinder is an interesting comparison and you should most certainly. Learn the difference between these two words.

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Word 1: Prevent (pri-vent)
Meaning: Keep (something) from happening.
Example Sentence:   The provision of seat belts prevents serious injuries.

Word 2: Hinder (HIN duhr)
Meaning:  To delay, impede or limit the development of something
Example Sentence: She has not let her inexperience hinder her progress in her work.

Example Sentence using both words:
Hindered by the traffic jam, the fire fighters were not able to prevent their delay in reaching the building on fire.

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