adverb [ADV after v, n ADV] If a group of people do something en bloc, they do it all together and at the same time. If a group of people or things are considered en bloc, they are considered as a group, rather than separately. ⇒ An enlarged Latin group would be in a stronger position to negotiate en bloc with the United States. ⇒ The selectors should resign en bloc. ⇒ Now the governors en bloc are demanding far more consultation and rights over contractual approval.
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