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block /blɒk $ blɑːk/ noun [countable]


بلاک ، بلوک ساختن ، سد کردن خطا ، دفاع ، قطعه زمین ، یک دستگاه ساختمان ، قرقره طناب خور ، پارازیت ، سد قالب ، سد کردن ، وقفه ، منطقه ، بنداوردن ، انسداد ، جعبه قرقره ، اتحاد دو یاچند دسته بمنظور خاصی ، بلوک ، کنده ، مانع ورادع ، قطعه ، بستن ، مسدود کردن ، مانع شدن از ، بازداشتن ، قالب کردن ، توده ، قلنبه ، علوم مهندسی: قالب ریختن ، کامپیوتر: بلوک ، معماری: بلوک سیمانی ، روانشناسی: مانع ، ورزش: سد کردن غیرمجاز حریف ، یک دوره مسابقه بیلیارد برای رسیدن به امتیاز معین ، علوم نظامی: پخش پارازیت سد کردن مسیر پیشروی

: block 1

علوم دریایی: کنده

: block 2

علوم دریایی: قرقره

: block 3 (gun,artill)

مسدود کن ، علوم دریایی: دستگاه مسدود کننده
الکترونیک: بلاک ، کنده ، سد ، مسدود کردن ، بلوک ، کامپیوتر: بلوک ساختن ، قالب ریختن ، علوم مهندسی: سد کردن خطا ، دفاع ، سد کردن غیرمجاز حریف ، اسکواش : دفاع در مقابل ابشار ، والیبال : ، یک دوره مسابقه بیلیارد برای رسیدن به امتیاز معین ، ورزشی: قطعه زمین ، توده ، یک دستگاه ساختمان ، قرقره طناب خور ، بلوک سیمانی ، معماری: قرقره ، کنده ، مانع ، پارازیت ، سد قالب ، سد کردن ، مانع شدن ، پخش پارازیت سد کردن مسیر پیشروی ، علوم نظامی: وقفه ، بلوک ، منطقه ، مانع ، روانشناسی: بنداوردن ، انسداد، سد، جعبه قرقره ، اتحاد دو یاچند دسته بمنظور خاصی ، بلوک ، کنده ، مانع ورادع ، قطعه ، بستن ، مسدود کردن ، مانع شدن از، بازداشتن ، قالب کردن ، توده ، قلنبه کامپیوتر: بلوک کامپیوتر: بلوک ، قالب زیست شناسی: بلوک

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

block
[noun]
Synonyms:
- piece, bar, brick, chunk, hunk, ingot, lump, mass
- obstruction, bar, barrier, blockage, hindrance, impediment, jam, obstacle
[verb]
Synonyms:
- obstruct, bung up (informal), choke, clog, close, plug, stem the flow, stop up
- stop, bar, check, halt, hinder, impede, obstruct, thwart
English Thesaurus: building, property, premises, complex, development, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. block1 S2 W2 /blɒk $ blɑːk/ noun [countable]
[Word Family: verb: block, unblock, blockade; noun: block, blockage, blockade; adjective: blocked, unblocked]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: bloc, from Middle Dutch blok]

1. SOLID MATERIAL a piece of hard material such as wood or stone with straight sides ⇒ breeze-block, building block, cinder block
block of
a block of ice
a wall made of concrete blocks

2. STREETS/AREA
a) American English the distance along a city street from where one street crosses it to the next:
Head for 44th Street, a few blocks east of Sixth Avenue.
The church is down the block.
b) the four city streets that form a square around an area of buildings:
Let’s walk round the block.
She grew up playing with the other kids on the block.
c) Australian English a large piece of land:
a ten-acre block near the city

3. LARGE BUILDING a large building divided into separate parts
block of
a block of flats
an office block
an apartment block
the school science block

4. QUANTITY OF THINGS a quantity of things of the same kind, considered as a single unit
block of
New employees receive a block of shares in the firm.
Set aside blocks of time for doing your homework.

5. block booking/voting an arrangement that is made for a whole group to buy something or to vote together

6. INABILITY TO THINK [usually singular] the temporary loss of your normal ability to think, learn, write etc:
I have a mental block whenever I try to remember my password.
After his second novel, Garland had writer’s block (=he could not write anything).

7. STOPPING MOVEMENT [usually singular] something that prevents movement or progress
block to
a major block to progressroadblock, stumbling block

8. PUNISHMENT the block in the past, a solid block of wood on which someone’s head was cut off as a punishment

9. put your head/neck on the block to risk destroying other people’s opinion of you or losing your job by doing or saying something:
I’m not prepared to put my head on the block for him.

10. SPORT a movement in sport that stops an opponent going forward or playing the ball forward

11. SELL go on the block to be sold, especially at an auction:
$500 million worth of art will go on the block.
block capitals, tower block, ⇒ be a chip off the old block at chip1(7), ⇒ I’ll knock your block off at knock1(24)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. block2 S3 verb [transitive]
[Word Family: verb: block, unblock, blockade; noun: block, blockage, blockade; adjective: blocked, unblocked]

1. (also block up) to prevent anything moving through a space by being or placing something across it or in it:
A fallen tree is blocking the road.
The sink’s blocked up.

2. block sb’s way/path/exit/escape etc to stand in front of someone, so that they cannot go past:
I tried to get through, but there were people blocking my way.

3. to stop something happening, developing, or succeeding:
The Senate blocked publication of the report.
laws designed to block imports of cheap tobacco

4. block sb’s view to be in front of someone, so that they cannot see something:
The huge building across the street blocked our view of the sea.

5. (also block out) to stop light reaching a place:
Can you move? You’re blocking my light.

6. to stop a ball, a blow etc from getting to where your opponent wants it to:
a shot blocked by the goalkeeper
block somebody/something ↔ in phrasal verb

1. to park your car too close to another car, so that the other one cannot drive away

2. to paint or draw simple shapes or areas of colour:
I’ll just block in the main buildings.
block sth↔ off phrasal verb
to completely close something such as a road or an opening:
Police blocked off the city centre streets.
The fireplace had been blocked off.
block sth↔ out

1. to stop light reaching a place:
There was a heavy curtain blocking out the light.

2. to stop yourself thinking about something or remembering it:
a memory so terrible that she tried to block it out

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

block
noun
I. solid piece of sth
ADJ. big, huge, large, massive | small | solid | concrete, stone, wooden | building | starting (for a runner) aiming to be first out of the starting blocks
breeze

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

block
II. large building divided into offices/flats
ADJ. high-rise, tower | administration, apartment, cell, office The prisoners had been transferred to a different cell block.
PREP. in a/the ~ She lives in a modern apartment block.
~ of a block of flats

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

block
III. temporary loss of abilities
ADJ. mental, writer's The author denies that she is experiencing writer's block.
VERB + BLOCK experience, have, suffer from I suddenly had a mental block and couldn't remember his name.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

block
verb
I. make it difficult to pass
ADV. completely | almost | partially, partly | off, up The old route is completely blocked off. Don't block up the corridor with all these boxes.
VERB + BLOCK try to | move to One of the men moved to block their path.
PREP. with The exit was blocked with beer crates.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

block
II. prevent sth being done
ADV. successfully | effectively The new rules would effectively block protesters' attempts to assert their rights.
VERB + BLOCK attempt to, seek to, try to | move to The group has moved to block the government's proposals.
PHRASAL VERBS block sth out
ADV. completely Black clouds had completely blocked out the sun.
almost

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

block

a block of flats British English
Three new blocks of flats were built on the land.
an apartment block
I met him at his apartment block in Manhattan.
an office block
She works in a 27-storey office block.
a tower block (=very high and usually in a poor area)
She lived on the 17th floor of a tower block in East London.
a tenement block (=an apartment block, usually in a poor area - used especially in Scotland)
We had a tiny flat in an Edinburgh tenement block.
a high-rise block (=very high)
The area is full of monstrous concrete high-rise blocks.
a multi-storey block (=having many levels)
Many shops and offices have been rebuilt in high multi-storey blocks.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

block
blɔk
See: chip off the old block , knock one's block off , on the block

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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