⛓️ Chains emoji

Definition - ⛓️ meaning

The chains emoji is very similar to the link emoji except that usually two rows of links – as opposed to one – are shown, and they stand vertically rather than at a slant, as is the case with the link emoji. On almost all platforms, they are a metallic color and may be shaded and highlighted to give a three-dimensional effect. On Samsung, however, the emoji is on a blue square background with the white silhouette of chains. It’s used to show that something or someone is – almost always figuratively – trapped. It can be used to describe someone who is grounded, on detention, has way to much work to go out, or whose significant other is forcing them to stay in tonight!

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Representations : Chains Object Link can be represented by ⛓️ emoji.

Examples of ⛓️ emoji :

you can not have 😤😤⛓️
"The Last Walk of the Chancellor" ... and I'm looking forward to it! ⛓️⛓️⛓️🏢
That is also submissive. 🏏⛓️🔗🛐
I'm bored! 🛃⛓️🔏📐📤📥
awesome sharp and very pretty part 🎮🗡️⛓️🙋👍
... gangster 🔫⛓️🔪

Chains is supported by

but not supported in HTC, Messenger, Mozilla

Chains may look different on every device. In the above images you can view how Chains emoji appears on different devices. Emoji of Chains can be used on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and many other platforms and OS but not supported in HTC, Messenger, Mozilla. Some devices may show a blank box or X instead of emoji as every device doesn't support each one of the emoji.

History of Chains emoji

This emoji was first introduced in Unicode 5.2 in October, 2009 which was followed by addition to Emoji 1.0 in August, 2015. Chains emoji appeared on iOS 9.1, Android 6.0.1, EmojiOne 2.0 for the first time.

What is the code of Chains emoji?

Unicode : U+26D3
Hexadecimal :   &#x26D3
Decimal : &#9939

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