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barricade

US [ˌberɪˈkeɪd]
UK [ˌbærɪˈkeɪd]
  • n.路障;街垒
  • v.设路障防护;阻挡
  • Web隔板;栅栏;障碍
Plural Form:barricades  Present Participle:barricading  Past Tense:barricaded  
barricade
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n.
1.
路障;街垒a line of objects placed across a road, etc. to stop people from getting past
The police stormed the barricades the demonstrators had put up.
警察冲破了示威者筑起的街垒。
v.
1.
~ sth
设路障防护;阻挡to defend or block sth by building a barricade
They barricaded all the doors and windows.
他们用障碍物堵住了所有的门窗。

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