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obstruct

US [əbˈstrʌkt]
UK [əb'strʌkt]
  • v.阻碍;阻塞;阻挡;遮断
  • Web妨碍;阻隔;堵塞
Simple Present:obstructs  Present Participle:obstructing  Past Tense:obstructed  
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v.
1.
~ sth
阻挡;阻塞;遮断to block a road, an entrance, a passage, etc. so that sb/sth cannot get through, see past, etc.
You can't park here, you're obstructing my driveway.
你不能在这里停车,你挡住了我家的车道。
First check that the accident victim doesn't have an obstructed airway.
首先要确保事故受伤者的气道通畅。
The pillar obstructed our view of the stage.
柱子挡着,我们看不见舞台。
2.
~ sb/sth
(故意)妨碍,阻挠,阻碍to prevent sb/sth from doing sth or making progress, especially when this is done deliberately
They were charged with obstructing the police in the course of their duty.
他们被指控妨碍警察执行公务。
terrorists attempting to obstruct the peace process
企图阻碍和平进程的恐怖分子

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