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English translation of 'bloqueo'

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bloqueo

masculine noun
1.  (Military) blockade
burlar or forzar el bloqueo to run the blockade
2.  (Business, Economics)
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Example Sentences Including 'bloqueo'

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- Los pesqueros españoles que bloqueaban desde el lunes el puerto vasco-francés de Hendaya levantaron a última hora de ayer el bloqueo y volvieron a sus puertos de origen.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
En 1962, con la crisis de los misiles, John F. Kennedy decretó el bloqueo económico.
Rosa Ascón et al Geografía. Vol 2. El territorio mundial: economía, cultura, poder
Quedaba el Reino Unido que no quería ampliar el número de votos de la minoría de bloqueo.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)

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'bloqueo' in Other Languages

British English: blockade NOUN
A blockade of a place is an action that is taken to prevent goods or people from entering or leaving it.
It's not yet clear who will actually enforce the blockade.

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Translation of bloqueo from the Collins Spanish to English
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