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block

US [blɑk]
UK [blɒk]
  • n.块;块体;区;障碍
  • v.阻塞;阻碍;堵塞;挡
  • Web区块;街区;数据块
Plural Form:blocks  Present Participle:blocking  Past Tense:blocked  
Block
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n.
固体solid material
1.
[c]
(方形平面)大块;立方体a large piece of a solid material that is square in shape and usually has flat sides
a block of ice/concrete/stone
一方冰╱混凝土╱石头
a chopping block(= for cutting food on)
砧板
建筑building
2.
[c]
(公寓、办公、教学、医院等)大楼;(成组建筑中的)一栋楼房a tall building that contains flats or offices; buildings that form part of a school, hospital, etc. which are used for a particular purpose
a tower block
高层建筑
a block of flats
公寓大楼
an office block
办公大楼
the university's science block
这所大学的理科大楼
街道streets
3.
[c]
街道围成的楼群;街区a group of buildings with streets on all sides
She took the dog for a walk around the block.
她带着狗绕街区散步。
4.
[c]
(两条街道之间的)一段街区the length of one side of a piece of land or group of buildings, from the place where one street crosses it to the next
His apartment is three blocks away from the police station.
他住在和警察局相隔三个街区的公寓里。
一片土地area of land
5.
[c]
一大片土地a large area of land
6.
[c]
房基地;宅基地an area of land for building a house on
数量amount
7.
[c]
(东西的)一批,一组;(时间的)一段a quantity of sth or an amount of time that is considered as a single unit
a block of shares
一大宗股份
a block of text in a document
文件中的一段文字
The theatre gives discounts for block bookings(= a large number of tickets bought at the same time) .
该剧院给团体票打折。
The three-hour class is divided into four blocks of 45 minutes each.
三小时的课分成四节,每节 45 分钟。
形成阻碍that stops progress
8.
[c][ususing]
障碍物;阻碍;妨害something that makes movement or progress difficult or impossible
Lack of training acts as a block to progress in a career.
缺乏训练会妨碍事业的发展。
体育运动in sport
9.
[c]
阻挡;拦截a movement that stops another player from going forward
刑罚for punishment
10.
[pl]
(旧时斩首用的)垫头木(in the past) the piece of wood on which a person's head was cut off as a punishment
IDM
go on the block
被拿去卖;推上拍卖场to be sold, especially at an auction (= a sale in which items are sold to the person who offers the most money)
have been around the block (a few times)
(informal)
经验丰富;见多识广to have a lot of experience
put/lay your head/neck on the block
冒(失业、损失名誉等)的险to risk losing your job, damaging your reputation, etc. by doing or saying sth
v.
1.
~ sth
堵塞;阻塞to stop sth from moving or flowing through a pipe, a passage, a road, etc. by putting sth in it or across it
After today's heavy snow, many roads are still blocked.
今天下过大雪,很多道路仍然堵塞。
a blocked sink
堵塞了的洗涤槽
2.
~ the/sb's way, exit, view, etc.
堵住(某人的路等);挡住(某人的视线等)to stop sb from going somewhere or seeing sth by standing in front of them or in their way
One of the guards moved to block her path.
一名守卫走过去挡住她的路。
An ugly new building blocked the view from the window.
一座难看的大楼把窗外的景物遮住了。
3.
~ sth
妨碍;阻碍to prevent sth from happening, developing or making progress
The proposed merger has been blocked by the government.
建议中的合并计划遇到了政府的阻力。
4.
~ sth
拦截,挡住(球、打击等)to stop a ball, blow, etc. from reaching somewhere by moving in front of it
His shot was blocked by the goalie.
他起脚射门,球被守门员拦住了。

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