(length of) connected metal links or rings, used for hauling or supporting weights or for fastening or restraining things
series of connected things
group of shops or hotels owned by the same company
thing that confines or restrains
make fast with a chain or chains
"the chain of command"
"a complicated concatenation of circumstances"
"the valley was between two ranges of hills"
"the plains lay just beyond the mountain range"
"a chain of daisies"
"a string of beads"
"a strand of pearls"
"Chain the chairs together"
To bottomless perdition, there to dwell In Adamantine Chains and penal Fire.
Is life so dear..as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?
出自： P. Henry
Don't worry about the heavy load; it's chained down.
I feel chained down with a wife, a house and children.
He chained his bicycle to the post.
In former times, prisoners were chained to one another.
My mother always complained of being chained to the house.
Mother is chained to housework.
Too many women feel chained to the kitchen sink.
With a sick husband, she was chained to the house all day.
Through all that lovely summer,I remained chained to my desk.
Of course the dog makes such a noise; the poor creature is chained up all day.