barricade

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İngilizce - Türkçe
barikatla kapatmak/engellemek
engel
barikat kurmak
barikat

İşçiler bir insan barikatı kurdu. - The laborers formed a human barricade.

Zihninde yeni fikre karşı barikat kurulmuştu. - Her mind was barricaded against the new idea.

{f} barikat kurarak savunmak
barricader barikat yapan kimse
siper,v.barikat kur: n.siper
barikatla önünü kesip müdafaa etmek
barikat kur

Tom ve Mary odada kendilerine barikat kurdular. - Tom and Mary barricaded themselves in the room.

Zihninde yeni fikre karşı barikat kurulmuştu. - Her mind was barricaded against the new idea.

(Askeri) BARİKAT; MANİA; ENGEL
{f} barikat yapmak: They barricaded the street. Sokakta barikat yaptılar
mânia
{i} siper
barricade !!
barikat!
barricade oneself
kendini barikat
barricade, raise, rear
barikat, arka zam
barricaded
{f} barikat kur
barricades
barikat kur
barricades
tartışmalı konu
street barricade
(Askeri) SOKAK BARİKATI: Düşmanın ilerlemesine engel olmak üzere, bir sokakta veya yolda, enine yapılmış engel. Bu barikatlar, çoğunlukla, o mahalde ele geçirilen malzemelerle yapılır
street barricade
(Askeri) sokak barikatı
İngilizce - İngilizce
to close or block a road etc., using a barricade
A place of confrontation
A barrier constructed across a road, especially as a military defence
to keep someone in (or out), using a blockade, especially ships in a port
An obstacle, barrier or bulwark
{n} an obstruction, bar stop, impediment, hinderence, defence, safety
{v} t. to stop up, fasten, fortify, secure
It is usually an obstruction formed in streets to block an enemy's access
{f} block; protect against attack, fortify
To fortify or close with a barricade or with barricades; to stop up, as a passage; to obstruct; as, the workmen barricaded the streets of Paris
block off with barricades
A fortification, made in haste, of trees, earth, palisades, wagons, or anything that will obstruct the progress or attack of an enemy
a barrier (usually thrown up hastily so as to impede the advance of an enemy); "they enemy stormed the barricade"
{i} obstruction, blockade, barrier
A barricade is a line of vehicles or other objects placed across a road or open space to stop people getting past, for example during street fighting or as a protest. Large areas of the city have been closed off by barricades set up by the demonstrators. = blockade
block off with barricades prevent access to by barricading; "The street where the President lives is always barricaded"
a barrier (usually thrown up hastily so as to impede the advance of an enemy); "they enemy stormed the barricade" block off with barricades prevent access to by barricading; "The street where the President lives is always barricaded" render unsuitable for passage; "block the way"; "barricade the streets"; "stop the busy road
render unsuitable for passage; "block the way"; "barricade the streets"; "stop the busy road
If you barricade something such as a road or an entrance, you place a barricade or barrier across it, usually to stop someone getting in. The rioters barricaded streets with piles of blazing tyres The doors had been barricaded
a barrier set up by police to stop traffic on a street or road in order to catch a fugitive or inspect traffic etc
If you barricade yourself inside a room or building, you place barriers across the door or entrance so that other people cannot get in. The students have barricaded themselves into their dormitory building About forty prisoners are still barricaded inside the wrecked buildings. a temporary wall or fence across a road, door etc that prevents people from going through (barrique ; because early barricades were made from barrels). to build a barricade to prevent someone or something from getting in
Any bar, obstruction, or means of defense
prevent access to by barricading; "The street where the President lives is always barricaded"
render unsuitable for passage; "block the way"; "barricade the streets"; "stop the busy road"
barricade oneself
place a defense around oneself
barricades
plural form of barricade
barricades
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of barricade
barricades
A place of confrontation, especially in an urban setting
barricaded
preventing entry or exit or a course of action; "a barricaded street"; "barred doors"; "the blockaded harbor
barricaded
past of barricade
barricades
plural of barricade
barricades
third-person singular of barricade
barricading
third-person singular of barricade
barricade