Sinônimos de barricade
a barrier, esp. one erected hastily for defenceLarge areas of the city have been closed off by barricades.
The demonstrators broke through the heavy police barriers.
The Romans breached the city walls and captured the city.
the iron railings of the convent grounds
They climbed over the fence into the field.
They agreed to lift their blockades of main roads
drivers parking near his house and causing an obstruction
a walk along the ramparts of the old city
a bulwark against the English
a stout wooden palisade enclosing the yard
to erect a barricade across (an entrance)The doors had been barricaded.
For added safety, bar the door to the kitchen.
a row of spruce trees that blocked his view
They defended themselves against some racist thugs.
With a discreet click he secured the lock.
Are you sure you locked the front door?
He reminded her to lock and bolt the kitchen door behind her.
Truck drivers have blockaded roads to show their anger over driving regulations.
British soldiers working to fortify an airbase
He fastened the door behind him.
He latched the door, tested it and turned round to speak to us.
Lorries obstructed the road completely.
The students have barricaded themselves into the building.
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in the sense of block
to obstruct or impede by introducing an obstaclea row of spruce trees that blocked his view
in the sense of blockade
the closing off of a port or region to prevent the passage of goodsThey agreed to lift their blockades of main roads
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