Synonyme von obstruction
a person or thing that obstructsdrivers parking near his house and causing an obstruction
Overcrowding remains a large obstacle to improving conditions.
one of the fundamental bars to communication
a block to peace
The main difficulty has been getting enough students to try out the scheme.
Duties and taxes are the most obvious barriers to free trade.
Large areas of the city have been closed off by barricades.
A police crackdown hit a snag when villains stole one of their cars.
There is no legal impediment to the marriage.
a person or thing that obstructsThe boy was suffering from an obstruction in his ear.
a person or thing that obstructsAmericans viewed the army as an obstruction to legitimate economic development.
Higher rates have been a hindrance to economic recovery.
check, , , , , ,
There is a check on the number of people allowed in the venue.
handicap, , ,
Being a foreigner was not a handicap.
They seriously believe that capital punishment is a deterrent.
stumbling block, ,
Perhaps the major stumbling block is the military presence.
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in the sense of bar
anything that obstructs or preventsone of the fundamental bars to communication
in the sense of barricade
a barrier, esp. one erected hastily for defenceLarge areas of the city have been closed off by barricades.
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