- barricadecloibarricadescodi rhwystrau
Noun(1) a barrier set up by police to stop traffic on a street or road in order to catch a fugitive or inspect traffic etc.(2) a barrier (usually thrown up hastily
Verb(1) render unsuitable for passage(2) prevent access to by barricading(3) block off with barricades
(1) ├ö├ç├┐Dude, we have to barricade the door,├ö├ç├û I said while breathing heavily.(2) On a major thoroughfare, a barricade constructed of burning tyres sent a wall of thick, black smoke along the street.(3) Word got through the village that the guy had been taken, and the entire village went out into the street and erected a barricade .(4) Soldiers used Humvees to barricade the building.(5) Staff at Darwen's M65 services had to barricade themselves behind closed doors during a ├ö├ç├┐nightmare├ö├ç├û evening of trouble.(6) There was mayhem going on on the road outside as the road repair men did their best to barricade us all in whilst they patched our holes.(7) At Walthamstow High School for Girls the headmistress called in the police to barricade the young women in the school with police vans.(8) We fought furiously, and managed to drive them outside, and were about to barricade the door, when the entire building shook, and a loud explosion was heard.(9) They will definitely sign something saying that they will follow the law, and they will not barricade the boy or take him away or anything of this nature.(10) Over time, all the couples move towards the same corner where the women barricade their men.(11) An armed robber stormed into a high street bank and made off with Ôö¼├║1, 600 while police barricaded the building, wrongly believing he was still inside.(12) In another instance, a family with young children was barricaded into a room while a gang ransacked the house.(13) Despite This Day withdrawing the article and apologising, protestors burned down their offices, barricaded the streets with burning tyres, and began looting and burning homes and businesses.(14) Voters in Baghdad will have to reach the polls on foot because barricades set up to prevent attacks on the polls and car-bombs also block peaceful traffic.(15) The door wasn't locked; it was heavily barricaded .(16) Mrs Kernan, a widow and his official carer, said she had barricaded him in his bedroom before summoning relatives.
1. barrier ::
2. roadblock ::
4. block off ::
bloc i ffwrdd
5. barricado ::
1. open ::
2. unbar ::
Different Formsbarricade, barricaded, barricades, barricading
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