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  1. stockade

    • IPA[stɒˈkeɪd]

    英式

    • n.
      a barrier formed from upright wooden posts or stakes, especially as a defence against attack or as a means of confining animals;an enclosure bound by a stockade
    • v.
      enclose (an area) by erecting a stockade
    • verb: stockade, 3rd person present: stockades, gerund or present participle: stockading, past tense: stockaded, past participle: stockaded

    • noun: stockade, plural noun: stockades

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    名詞

    • 1. a barrier formed from upright wooden posts or stakes, especially as a defence against attack or as a means of confining animals they built stockades around their towns
    • an enclosure bound by a stockade we got ashore and into the stockade
    • a military prison he surrendered two weeks after escaping the stockade at the air force base

    動詞

    • 1. enclose (an area) by erecting a stockade they fortified themselves strongly and stockaded the city
    • adj.
      enclosed or protected by a barrier of upright wooden posts or stakes: stockaded enclosures stockaded village settlements

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      enclosed or protected by a barrier of upright wooden posts or stakes: stockaded enclosures stockaded village settlements

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[stäˈkād]

    美式

    • n.
      a barrier formed from upright wooden posts or stakes, especially as a defense against attack or ... they built stockades around their towns
    • v.
      enclose (an area) by erecting a stockade: they fortified themselves strongly and stockaded the city

    Oxford American Dictionary