Definition of 'blocked'
Example sentences containing 'blocked'
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There had to be an alternative exit; with the front door no longer an option, her two primary escape routes were both blocked. CHAMELEON (2002)He might have been discussing a blocked pipe or a faulty switch in the flotel. A DAYSTAR OF FEAR (2002)Not that she could see Drago, the passenger side was blocked from view by the cars behind her. ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH' (2002)
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Translations for 'blocked'
British English: blocked /blɒkt/ ADJECTIVE
If something is blocked, it is completely closed so that nothing can get through it.
The main drain was blocked.
- American English: blocked
- Arabic: مَسْدُود
- Brazilian Portuguese: bloqueado
- Chinese: 封锁的
- Croatian: začepljen
- Czech: zablokovaný
- Danish: spærret
- Dutch: geblokkeerd
- European Spanish: bloqueado
- Finnish: tukossa
- French: bloqué
- German: verstopft
- Greek: αποκλεισμένος
- Italian: bloccato
- Japanese: 封鎖された
- Korean: 막힌
- Norwegian: blokkert
- Polish: blokowany
- European Portuguese: bloqueado
- Romanian: blocat
- Russian: закупоренный
- Spanish: bloqueado
- Swedish: blockerad
- Thai: ที่กีดขวาง
- Turkish: tıkalı
- Ukrainian: блокований
- Vietnamese: bị phong tỏa
Definition of blocked from the Collins English Dictionary
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