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  1. block

    • IPA[bläk]

    美式

    • n.
      a large solid piece of hard material, especially rock, stone, or wood, typically with flat surfaces on each side;a sturdy, flat-topped block used as a work surface, typically for chopping food
    • v.
      make the movement or flow in (a passage, pipe, road, etc.) difficult or impossible;put an obstacle in the way of (something proposed or attempted)
    • verb: block, 3rd person present: blocks, gerund or present participle: blocking, past tense: blocked, past participle: blocked

    • noun: block, plural noun: blocks

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    名詞

    • 1. a large solid piece of hard material, especially rock, stone, or wood, typically with flat surfaces on each side a block of marble 同義詞 chunk, hunk, brick, slab, lump, ... 更多
    • a sturdy, flat-topped block used as a work surface, typically for chopping food a chopping block
    • British a set of sheets of paper glued along one edge, used for drawing or writing on a sketching block 同義詞 pad, notebook, tablet, sketchbook, scratch pad, ... 更多
    • any of a set of solid cubes used as a child's toy.
    • a starting block the thrust a sprinter gets when coming out of the blocks
    • a piece of wood or metal engraved for printing on paper or fabric.
    • the main body of an internal combustion engine, containing the pistons.
    • a head-shaped mold used for shaping hats or wigs.
    • 2. British a large single building subdivided into separate rooms, apartments, or offices an apartment block 同義詞 building, complex, structure, development
    • a building or part of a complex used for a particular purpose a cell block 同義詞 building, complex, structure, development
    • North American the area bounded by four streets in a town or suburb ours was the ugliest house on the block she went for a run around the block
    • North American the length of one side of a town block, typically as a measure of distance he lives a few blocks away from the museum
    • 3. a large quantity or allocation of things regarded as a unit a block of shares block grants 同義詞 batch, group, cluster, set, section, ... 更多
    • a large piece of text processed as a unit.
    • an unseparated unit of at least four postage stamps in at least two rows, generally a group of four.
    • 4. an obstacle to the normal progress or functioning of something substantial demands for time off may constitute a block to career advancement an emotional block 同義詞 obstacle, obstruction, bar, barrier, impediment, ... 更多反義詞 assistance, encouragement
    • (in sports) a hindering or stopping of an opponent's movement or action Marshall's shot drew a fine block from the goalkeeper
    • a shot in which the racket is held stationary rather than being swung back, especially a stop volley.
    • a chock for stopping the motion of a wheel.
    • 5. a flat area of something, especially a solid area of color cover the eyelid with a neutral block of color
    • 6. a pulley or system of pulleys mounted in a case a simple pulley block
    • 7. informal a person's head “I'll knock your block off,” he said

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