A. process plants for fiber
B. hold possessions
C. drive nails by use of nail gun
D. interfere with
The correct answer is (D) To interfere with; to hold back, hinder, impede, or interfere with; to curtail; to make (action or progress) difficult.
Hamper comes from Middle English hampren.
Examples of use:
- Her tight skirt hampered her ease of movement.
- His limited education greatly hampered further opportunities for advancement.