cordon

US [ˈkɔrd(ə)n]
UK [ˈkɔː(r)d(ə)n]
  • n.封锁线
  • v.布设警戒线
  • Web哨兵线;饰带;用警戒线围住
Plural Form:cordons  Present Participle:cordoning  Past Tense:cordoned  
cordon
n.
1.
(由警察、士兵等组成的)警戒线,封锁线a line or ring of police officers, soldiers, etc. guarding sth or stopping people from entering or leaving a place
Demonstrators broke through the police cordon.
示威者冲破了警方的警戒线。
v.

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