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  1. barrier

    • IPA[ˈberēər]

    美式

    • n.
      a fence or other obstacle that prevents movement or access;the starting gate of a racecourse.
    • noun: barrier, plural noun: barriers

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a fence or other obstacle that prevents movement or access:

      the mountain barrier between Norway and Sweden

    • 2. the starting gate of a racecourse.
    • 3. a gate at a parking lot that controls access by being raised or lowered.
    • 4. a circumstance or obstacle that keeps people or things apart or prevents communication or progress:

      a language barrier

      the cultural barriers to economic growth

    • 5. a long narrow island lying parallel and close to the mainland, protecting the mainland from erosion and storms.
    • n. a barrier that allows passage of defined agents while preventing or impeding others.

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    • n. a thin layer of impermeable material, typically polythene sheeting, included in building construction to prevent moisture from damaging the fabric of the building.

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    • n. a region within a force field in which the potential is significantly higher than at points either side of it, so that a particle requires energy to pass through it.

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    • n. an electrostatic depletion layer formed at the junction of a metal and a semiconductor, which causes it to act as an electrical rectifier.

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    • n. a strong fence at the side of a road or in the middle of a dual carriageway or motorway, intended to reduce the risk of serious accidents.

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    • n. a coral reef running parallel to the shore but separated from it by a channel of deep water.

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    • n. a fence-like structure or horizontal net attached to a bridge, tower, or other tall building to prevent suicide attempts:

    • officials approved $5 million in federal funding to design a suicide barrier on the Golden Gate Bridge

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    • n. a practice race for young or inexperienced horses, particularly in order to familiarize them with the starting gate:

    • the two-year-old impressed in a recent barrier trial

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    • IPA[ˈbarɪə]

    英式

    • n.
      a fence or other obstacle that prevents movement or access:
    • the mountain barrier between Norway and Sweden

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