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blockade

US [blɑˈkeɪd]
UK [blɒˈkeɪd]
  • n.封锁;障碍物;屏障
  • v.包围
  • Web封锁线;阻滞;阻断
Plural Form:blockades  Present Participle:blockading  Past Tense:blockaded  
blockade
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n.
1.
(尤指对港口的)包围,封锁the action of surrounding or closing a place, especially a port, in order to stop people or goods from coming in or out
a naval blockade
海上封锁
to impose/lift a blockade
实行╱解除封锁
an economic blockade(= stopping goods from entering or leaving a country)
经济封锁
2.
障碍物;屏障a barrier that stops people or vehicles from entering or leaving a place
The police set up blockades on highways leading out of the city.
警察在出城的公路上设了路障。
v.
1.
~ sth
包围,封锁(尤指港口)to surround a place, especially a port, in order to stop people or goods from coming in or out

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