block

blɔk

Перевод:

Verb: блокировать заблокировать препятствовать загораживать
Noun: блокировка блокада квартал препятствие

Фразы:

around the block - за углом

in / on a block - в квартале

erratic block - валун

building block - блок для строительства

concrete block - бетонный блок

a block of theatre tickets - пачка театральных билетов

heart block - сердечная блокада

nerve block - нервная блокада

between the beetle and the block - между молотом и наковальней

to block progress - стоять на пути прогресса

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Примеры:

They live in this block. - Они живут в этом районе.

He lives in the next block. - Он живёт в соседнем квартале.

Please don't block the doorway. - Пожалуйста не стоите в дверях.

They went around the block. - Они завернули за угол.

The garage was made of concrete blocks. - Гараж был построен из бетонных блоков.

The sink's blocked up. - Раковина забилась. / Сток засорился.

Hats cleaned and blocked. - Шляпы вычищены и надеты на болванку.

You'd better block up that hole in the wall; it's letting the cold in. - Заделай-ка дыру в стене, оттуда дует.

She lived on our block. - Она жила в нашем квартале.

block the wheels of a car - заблокировать колёса автомобиля

Let's walk round the block. - Давайте прогуляемся вокруг квартала.

an easy walk around the block - лёгкая прогулка вокруг квартала

Can you move? You're blocking my light. - Можешь отойти? Ты мне свет загораживаешь.

The office block looks as if it's just been chucked up. - Здание офиса, похоже, возводили второпях.

Her arteries are blocked. - Её артерии закупорены.

His vote blocked the treaty. - Его голос воспрепятствовал заключению договора.

The Liberals vote as a block - Либералы голосуют блоком.

The church is down the block. - Церковь находится в конце квартала.

Snowdrifts blocked our progress. - Снежные заносы задержали наше продвижение.

An accident was blocking traffic. - Движению машин мешала авария.

A fallen tree is blocking the road. - Упавшее дерево перекрыло дорогу.

a wall built out of concrete blocks - стена, построенная из бетонных блоков

The clouds have blocked out the sun. - Облака закрыли солнце.

They live just up the block from us. - Они живут всего в квартале от нас.

There's an accident blocking the road. - Там дорога перекрыта из-за аварии.

His brother blocked him at every turn. - Брат мешал ему на каждом шагу.

The building occupies an entire city block. - Здание занимает целый городской квартал.

The Senate blocked publication of the report. - Сенат заблокировал публикацию отчёта.

sculpt a swan out of a block of ice - изваять лебедя из глыбы льда

the ruins of a bombed-out office block - руины разрушенного бомбёжкой административного здания

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you are blocked in, someone has parked their car in such a way that you cannot drive yours away.

When you block off a door, window, or passage, you put something across it so that nothing can pass through it.

If someone blocks out a thought, they try not to think about it.

If you block something up or if it blocks up, it is blocked completely so that nothing can get through it.

If you are blocked in, someone has parked their car in such a way that you cannot drive yours away.

When you block off a door, window, or passage, you put something across it so that nothing can pass through it.

If someone blocks out a thought, they try not to think about it.

If you block something up or if it blocks up, it is blocked completely so that nothing can get through it.

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Связанные термины:

H-block: a name for the Maze Prison in Northern Ireland, closed in 2000

block in: If you are blocked in, someone has parked their car in such a way that you cannot drive yours away.

block off: When you block off a door, window, or passage, you put something across it so that nothing can pass through it.

block out: If someone blocks out a thought, they try not to think about it.

block tin: pure tin, esp when cast into ingots

block up: If you block something up or if it blocks up, it is blocked completely so that nothing can get through it.

ice block: a flavoured frozen water ice : in Australia and New Zealand, sometimes on a stick

block chord: a two-handed chord played usually in the middle range of the piano with the left hand duplicating or complementing the right-hand notes

block front: a front of a desk, chest of drawers, etc., of the third quarter of the 18th century, having three vertical divisions of equal width, a sunken one between raised ones, all divided by flat areas to which they are connected by curves, often with a shell motif forming a rounded termination to each section

block grant: (in Britain) an annual grant made by the government to a local authority to help to pay for the public services it provides, such as health, education, and housing

block lava: volcanic lava occurring as rough-surfaced jagged blocks

block line: a rope or cable used in a block and tackle

block party: an outdoor party held for the residents of an urban neighbourhood

block plane: a carpenter's small plane used to cut across the end grain of wood

block print: a design printed by means of one or more blocks of wood or metal

block vote: A block vote is a large number of votes that are all cast in the same way by one person on behalf of a group of people.

brake block: the part of the brake in a train or on a bicycle that is applied to the wheel to slow the vehicle down or stop it

crown block: A crown block is a fixed set of sheaves (= pulleys ) at the top of a derrick, over which the drilling line is run.

fault block: a mass of rock bounded on at least two opposite sides by faults

glass block: a translucent, hollow or solid block of glass for glazing openings or constructing partitions, usually square on the face, with the outer surfaces treated in any of various ways

heart block: impaired conduction or blocking of the impulse that regulates the heartbeat, resulting in a lack of coordination between the beating of the atria and the ventricles

line block: a letterpress printing block made by a photoengraving process without the use of a screen

mitre block: a block of wood with slots for cutting mitre joints with a saw

nerve block: induction of anaesthesia in a specific part of the body by injecting a local anaesthetic close to the sensory nerves that supply it

plate block: a block of postage stamps with a serial number ( plate number ) in the margin

swage block: an iron block cut with holes, recesses, and grooves to assist in the cold-working of metal

tower block: A tower block is a tall building divided into flats or offices.

wood block: a block of wood, esp. one used in making a woodcut

auction block: a platform from which an auctioneer sells

block booking: the making of bookings for a number of people, or e. g . purchasing a number of seats in a theatre, concert hall, etc at the same time

block capital: a plain capital letter

block diagram: a diagram showing the interconnections between the parts of an industrial process

block letter: a plain capital letter

block letters: Block letters are the same as block capitals .

block release: the release of industrial trainees from work for study at a college for several weeks

block system: the system whereby a railway is divided up into separate sections of track where only one train can travel at a time

block traffic: Traffic refers to all the vehicles that are moving along the roads in a particular area.

block voting: voting using block votes

breeze block: A breeze-block is a large, grey brick made from ashes and cement.

butcher block: designating or of a thick slab made by gluing together strips of hardwood, as maple or oak, used for counter and table tops, etc.

cavity block: a precast concrete block that contains a cavity or cavities

Chinese block: a percussion instrument consisting of a hollow wooden block played with a drumstick

cinder block: A cinder block is a large grey brick made from coal cinders and cement which is used for building .

clinker block: a light building brick made from the ashes of coal, coke, etc, bonded together by cement and used esp for walls that bear relatively small loads

engine block: the metal casting containing the piston chambers of an internal combustion engine

mental block: → block (sense 21 )

office block: a large building designed to provide office accommodation

opossum block: (in New Zealand) a block of bush allocated to a licensed opossum trapper

pillow block: a block that supports a journal bearing

plummer block: a block that supports a journal bearing

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Однокоренные слова:

block in - заполнять, набрасывать вчерне, набрасывать, рисунок
block off - преграждать, отделять, изолировать, отсекать
block out - набрасывать вчерне, намечать, ретушировать, вымарывать

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