gwarchae, blocâd, warchae, blocadau, flocâd, flocadau, fôr-warchae, gwarchaeau, ngwarchae, ngwarchaeau, mlocâd, mlocadau, môr-warchae, warchaeau
Noun(1) a war measure that isolates some area of importance to the enemy(2) prevents access or progress
Verb(1) hinder or prevent the progress or accomplishment of(2) render unsuitable for passage(3) obstruct access to(4) impose a blockade on
(1) The blockade meant that lorries attempting to enter or leave the factory were stopped from doing so.(2) However, several significant medical contraindications to beta blockade are present.(3) He demanded their removal and imposed a naval blockade on the delivery of weapons to Cuba.(4) Sexual behavior decreases because of a reduction of plasma testosterone as well as the receptor blockade .(5) In response, the Soviet Union imposed an economic blockade .(6) About 500 workers imposed a blockade on the factory on October 14 after being abruptly informed that the plant was closed and the workforce sacked.(7) We don't think the economic blockade is going to produce a constructive and desirable result.(8) The British then imposed a blockade which restricted trade with France and the USA and prevented the movement of French warships at Martinique, and of French gold shipped there.(9) Interestingly, blockade of this receptor not only seems to affect appetite, but also seems to help with cravings for nicotine.(10) They advanced yard by yard, imposing a strict blockade with barbed wire and blockhouses.(11) The second major contribution of the blockade was that it prevented the South from exploiting its ability to set cotton prices.(12) We must remember this fact because it refutes the argument that one imposes a blockade , embargo, or sanction as a bloodless and humane way of coercing the leaders of a target country.(13) His had been simple - lift the blockade , no questions asked.(14) One would expect the effect of blockade on airways function to be rapid and indeed the risk ceases to be significant after the first year of exposure.(15) However, for a long time the residents showed a reluctance to lift the blockade .(16) they voted to lift the blockade of major railway junctions
(1) naval blockade :: gwarchae llyngesol
1. siege ::
2. barricade ::
4. barricade ::
5. seal off ::
6. block off ::
bloc i ffwrdd
7. obstruct ::
1. open ::
2. unbar ::
Different Formsblockade, blockaded, blockades, blockading
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