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block  Verb
Plural: blocks
  1. Translate "block" to Spanish: bloquear, trabar, atajar, cerrar el paso a, embarazar, interceptar, interbloquear
    English Synonyms of "block": obstruct, stop, block up, impede, tie up, stymie, stymy
    Define meaning of "block": Interfere with or prevent the reception of signals. ; Impede the movement of (an opponent or a ball). ; Shut out from view or get in the way so as to hide from sight. ; Hinder or prevent the progress or accomplishment of.
  2. The strikers blocked the road, Los huelguistas bloquearon la calle.
    Jam the Voice of America.
    Block the signals emitted by this station.
    Block an attack.
    The thick curtain blocked the action on the stage.
    The trees obstruct my view of the mountains.
    His brother blocked him at every turn.

  3. Translate "block" to Spanish: interrumpir
    English Synonyms of "block": interrupt, break off, cut off, cut short, choke off
    Define meaning of "block": Stop from happening or developing.
  4. Block his election.
    Halt the process.

  5. Translate "block" to Spanish: bloquearse, congelarse, no poder actuar libremente
    English Synonyms of "block": be unable to move freely, freeze, get blocked


  6. Translate "block" to Spanish: bloquear, atascar, atorar, tapar
    English Synonyms of "block": clog, jam, obstruct, choke up, clog up, lock, bung up
    Define meaning of "block": Block passage through. ; Obstruct.
  7. The leaves blocked the pipes, Las hojas bloquearon los tubos.
    Obstruct the path.
    My nose is all stuffed.
    Her arteries are blocked.

  8. Translate "block" to Spanish: atascar, congestionar, tapar
    English Synonyms of "block": bung up, block up, clog, congest
    Define meaning of "block": Block passage through. ; Obstruct.
  9. The leaves blocked the gutters, Las hojas atascaron las canaletas.
    Obstruct the path.
    My nose is all stuffed.
    Her arteries are blocked.

  10. Translate "block" to Spanish: represar, bloquear
    English Synonyms of "block": block up, bottle up, choke, choke up, repress, check, quell


  11. Translate "block" to Spanish: bloquearse
    English Synonyms of "block": stop functioning

block  Noun
  1. Translate "block" to Spanish: bloque, masa compacta
    English Synonyms of "block": compact mass, compact mass of materials
    Define meaning of "block": A solid piece of something (usually having flat rectangular sides).
  2. The pyramids were built with large stone blocks.

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  3. Translate "block" to Spanish: cuadra, lado de una manzana urbana
    English Synonyms of "block": side of a city block, side of an urban block
    Define meaning of "block": A rectangular area in a city surrounded by streets and usually containing several buildings.
  4. He lives in the next block.


  5. Translate "block" to Spanish: manzana
    English Synonyms of "block": block of houses, block of houses surrounded by streets, city block, urban block, square

  6. Translate "block" to Spanish: bloque para apuntes, bloque, marqueta
    English Synonyms of "block": notepad, bloc, noteblock, scratch pad
    Define meaning of "block": A pad of paper for keeping notes.

  7. Translate "block" to Spanish: bloque de hormigón, bloque, bloque constructivo, bloque de cemento
    English Synonyms of "block": brick, cement block, concrete block, foundation block, breeze block, cinder block


  8. Translate "block" to Spanish: bloqueo, obstrucción
    English Synonyms of "block": blockage, blocking, clogging, logjam, stoppage, encumbering
    Define meaning of "block": An obstruction in a pipe or tube.
  9. We had to call a plumber to clear out the blockage in the drainpipe.

  10. Translate "block" to Spanish: barricada
    English Synonyms of "block": bar, barricade, barrier, roadblock, parapet

  11. Translate "block" to Spanish: escollo
    English Synonyms of "block": difficulty, obstacle, pitfall, deterrent, hindrance, obstruction to progress, reef, balk
    Define meaning of "block": An effort that is inconvenient. ; A factor causing trouble in achieving a positive result or tending to produce a negative result.; A condition or state of affairs almost beyond one's ability to deal with and requiring great effort to bear or overcome.


  12. Translate "block" to Spanish: pabellón
    English Synonyms of "block": hall, pavilion, ward
    Define meaning of "block": A large entrance or reception room or area.

  13. Translate "block" to Spanish: edificio grande
    English Synonyms of "block": large building

  14. Translate "block" to Spanish: cuartel
    English Synonyms of "block": block of trees in plantation


  15. Translate "block" to Spanish: motón
    English Synonyms of "block": pulley

  16. Translate "block" to Spanish: cabeza
    English Synonyms of "block": head, coco, coconut, conk, dome, gourd, chump
    Define meaning of "block": The upper part of the human body or the front part of the body in animals; contains the face and brains.

  17. Translate "block" to Spanish: bloque, unidad de información procesada o transferida
    English Synonyms of "block": transferred or processed information unit


  18. Translate "block" to Spanish: paquete de acciones
    English Synonyms of "block": block of shares

block  Adjective
  1. Translate "block" to Spanish: estúpido
    English Synonyms of "block": empty-headed, stupid, block-headed, boneheaded, brainless, dense, dumb, foolish, daft, dim
    Define meaning of "block": Lacking seriousness; given to frivolity.

Verb Conjugation for "block"
Gerund: blocking

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Conceptually-related expressions of "block"
a book that is shut is but a block
a chip off the old block
A-V block
absolute permissive block
access block
accommodation block
activation block
activation of block
adrenergic block
alternating-current automatic block
analysis block
ankle block
Ann Block
anterograde block
apartment block
arborization block
arterial block
atrioventricular block
AV block
axillary block anesthesia
bad block
Barbara Block
be a chip off the old block
bifascicular block
bilateral branch block
bilateral bundle branch block
bit-level block transfer
bite block
bone block
brachial plexus block
breeze block
building block
bundle-branch block
Bunnell block
butcher-block
butcher's block
caudal block
cement block
cervical plexus block
chain block
channel control block
channel program block
chip off the old block
chock-a-block
chop block
chopping block
cinder block
city block
closed block
code block
column building block
comment block
common block
comparator block
complementary block
complete A-V block
complete heart block
concrete block
concrete-block machine
contact block
context control block
control block
cylinder block
Dan Block
data block
data control block
data set control block
dead block
depolarizing block
device control block
digital block
direct-current automatic block
directory control block
disk block
distributing block
dynamic block
ear block
elbow block
electric block rate
electrophoresis on starch block
end of block
end of block signal
end of the transmission block
engine block
entrance block
entry block
enzymatic block
epidural block
erroneous block
event control block
exit block
Far End Block Error
fascicular block
femoral block
fiddle block
field block
field block anesthesia
file block
file control block
first degree A-V block
fixed block file
flat block
floor block
foundation block
front of block construction
functional block
functional block diagram
functional description block
functional electronic block
functional specification block
ganglionic block
gaper's block
get off the block
go to the block
grid block
grid-block keying
guide block
gypsum block
H&R Block
H&R Block Inc.
hanging-block culture
have a safety block
he's a chip off the old block
header block
heart block
high grade atrioventricular block
high grade auriculoventricular block
high-rise block
high-rise block residential
high-rise office block
hospital block
I-V block
image block
inactive block
incomplete heart block
information control block
infranodal block
input block
interleaved block code
internal block
intra-atrial block
intraatrial block
intraspinal block
intravenous block
intraventricular block
is a chip off the old block
job control block
John R. Block
knock someone's block off
Lawrence Block
library block
light construction block
limit all calls in block
line-control block
logical block
Logical Block Addressing
logical unit block
loss of block phase
lumbar plexus block
mandibular block
mark within a block
Melissa Block
memory block
mental block
metabolic block
Mobitz I heart block
Mobitz II heart block
Mobitz type I block
Mobitz type II block
Mobitz type of atrioventricular block
molecular functional block
motor cylinder block
motor point block
mounting block
narcotic block
Ned Block
nerve block
nerve block anesthesia
nested block
new kid on the block
nondepolarizing block
note block
office block
on the block
open block
output block
page-control block
paracervical block
paracervical block anesthesia
parameter block
parasacral block
paravertebral block
partial heart block
Paul Block
paving block
peri-infarction block
periinfarction block
permissive block
Peter Block
phase I block
phase II block
phenol block
physical block
physical unit block
pillow block
pin block
pixel block transfer
plant with soil block
pooling block
presacral block
primary application block
primary block
primary feature block
procedure block
process-control block
processor control block
program area block
program block
protective block
protein building block
psychological block
pudendal block
pulley block
punch block
punchdown block
pupillary block glaucoma
put a stumbling block
put on the block
quartz block
queue control block
random-access memory block
record block
reference block
relocatable block reserve
retrograde block
right bundle branch block
road block
row building block
rubber-block grouser
SA block
sacral block
saddle block
saddle block anesthesia
scribbling block
scribing block
second degree A-V block
second degree heart block
secondary feature block
seller's block
service independent building block
short block
side of a city block
side of an urban block
simplified block diagram
single block
sino-auricular block
sinoatrial block
sinus block
sketching block
small block
snatch block
snow block
soil block
soil block maker
source block
specialist block purchase
specialist block sale
speech block
spinal block
spinal subarachnoid block
standby block
start of block signal
starting block
stellate block
stone paving block
storage block
stumbling block
sun block
suprahisian block
swage block
swivel block
sympathetic block
tackle block
task-control block
teaching block
tenement block
terminal block
text block
tower block
traffic block
transmission block
trifascicular block
type I AV block
type II AV block
undetected error block
uni-fascicular block
unidirectional block
unifascicular block
unit control block
Upper Memory Block
urban block
vagal block
vagus nerve block
variable block
ventricular block
virus block
volume control block
walk around the block
Wenckebach heart block
Wenckebach of block
Wilson block
Wolff-Chaikoff block
wood block
wooden paving block
wrist block
writer's block
writing block
XMODEM block
yule block
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