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  1. barricade

    • IPA[ˈberəˌkād]

    美式

    • n.
      an improvised barrier erected across a street or other thoroughfare to prevent or delay the movement of opposing forces
    • v.
      block or defend with an improvised barrier;shut (oneself or someone) into a place by blocking all the entrances
    • verb: barricade, 3rd person present: barricades, gerund or present participle: barricading, past tense: barricaded, past participle: barricaded

    • noun: barricade, plural noun: barricades

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    • 相關詞

    名詞

    • 1. an improvised barrier erected across a street or other thoroughfare to prevent or delay the movement of opposing forces the police action led to riots, with hundreds of demonstrators building barricades and burning vehicles

    動詞

    • 1. block or defend with an improvised barrier he barricaded the door with a bureau the heavily barricaded streets
    • shut (oneself or someone) into a place by blocking all the entrances detainees who barricaded themselves into their dormitory
    • ph.
      strongly protest against or defend something

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      strongly protest against or defend something

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˌbarɪˈkeɪd]

    英式

    • n.
      an improvised barrier erected across a street or other thoroughfare to prevent or delay the ... the police action led to riots, with hundreds of demonstrators building barricades and burning vehicles
    • v.
      block or defend with a barricade: they barricaded the building and occupied it all night

    Oxford Dictionary