blocking

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Havacılık) yapışma
kapatma
öbekleme
(Tıp) baraj

Nehri bloke eden baraj çok geniş. - The dam blocking the river is very wide.

kalıplama
(Bilgisayar) engelliyor

Sen benim ışığımı engelliyorsun. - You're blocking my light.

engelleyerek
kapama
tıkamak
tıkayarak
tıkanma
bloke etme
blokaj
{i} tıkama
engelle
{f} tika
{f}

Park caddesine bir ağaç düştü, trafiği tıkadı. - A tree has fallen across Park Street, blocking traffic.

(Tıp) İletimin veya geçişin kesilmesi, tıkanma, tıkama
{f} engelle: prep.engelleyerek
(Nükleer Bilimler) çevreleme
YAPI$MA
{i} engel olma
engellemek
(Elektrik, Elektronik) bloke eden

Nehri bloke eden baraj çok geniş. - The dam blocking the river is very wide.

(Otomotiv) bloke

Nehri bloke eden baraj çok geniş. - The dam blocking the river is very wide.

O araba trafiği bloke ediyor. - That car is blocking traffic.

block
engellemek

Azınlık partisi, faturaların geçişini engellemek için son çabayı sarfetti. - The minority party made a last-ditch effort to block passage of the bills.

Ay dünyadan en uzak mesafede olduğunda meydana gelen tutulma tipi halkalı güneş tutulmasıdır. Ay sonra güneş diskini tamamen engellemek için çok küçük görünür. - The eclipse type that occurs when the Moon is at its farthest distance from the Earth is an annular eclipse. The Moon then appears too small to completely block out the disk of the Sun.

block
blok

Gıda sevkiyatı bloke edildi. - Food shipments were blocked.

Hemen hemen tüm sanal bellek uygulamaları bir uygulama programının sanal adres alanını sayfalara böler; bir sayfa bitişik sanal bellek adreslerinden oluşan bir bloktur. - Almost all implementations of virtual memory divide the virtual address space of an application program into pages; a page is a block of contiguous virtual memory addresses.

block
{f} bloke etmek
blocking agent
(Denizbilim) önleyici özdek
blocking capacitor
(Bilgisayar,Elektrik, Elektronik) ayırma sığacı
blocking factor
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) bloklama faktörü
blocking factor
(Bilgisayar) bloklama boyu
blocking factor
(Bilgisayar) öbekleme boyu
blocking up
tıkanma
blocking capacitor
tıkama kondansatörü
blocking choke
durdurma bobini
blocking effect
blokaj etkisi
blocking factor
bloklama katsayısı
blocking oscillator
blokaj osilatörü
blocking in
engelleme
blocking and choking
(Askeri) bloke etme ve destekleme
blocking and choking
(Askeri) BLOKE ETME VE DESTEKLEME: Taşınan yükün elde olmadan kaymasını önlemek için kama ve takozların kullanılması
blocking condenser
bloklama kondensatörü
blocking diode
(Telekom) durdurma diyodu
blocking effect
(Tekstil) bloke etkisi
blocking force
(Askeri) TIKAMA KUVVETİ: Düşman kuvvetlerinin belli bir istikametten ilerlemesini durdurmak veya geciktirmek maksadıyla bir tıkama kuvveti tarafından işgal edilen mevzii
blocking force
(Askeri) Tıkama kuvveti
blocking high
(Meteoroloji) engel yüksek
blocking key
kilitleme anahtarı
blocking layer
(Elektrik, Elektronik) dokunma yüzeyi
blocking medium
(Nükleer Bilimler) çevreleme malzemesi
blocking or masking
(Nükleer Bilimler) çevreleme veya maskeleme
blocking oscillator
blokaj osülatörü
blocking oscillator
ti kamalı osilatörü
blocking oscillator
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) tıkamalı osilatör
blocking period
(Elektrik, Elektronik) bloke süresi
blocking phenomena
(Çevre) tıkayan fenomen
blocking position
(Askeri) tıkama mevzii
blocking position
(Askeri) TIKAMA MEVZİİ: Düşmanın belli bir istikametten ilerlemesini durdurmak veya geciktirmek maksadıyla bir tıkama kuvveti tarafından işgal edilen mevzii
blocking ring
(Otomotiv) blokaj bileziği
blocking ring
(Otomotiv) durdurucu çubuk
blocking ring
(Otomotiv) kilitleme halkası
blocking tactics
(Spor) blok taktikleri
blocking valve
kilitleme valfi
blocking valve kit
kilitleme valfi kiti
block
binalar dizisi
block
tıkayan şey
block
önünü kapatmak
block
(Otomotiv) ayırıcı blok
block
kesmek
block
kalıp
block
yol kesmek
block
apartman

Apartmandaki herkes bir mutfağı paylaşır. - Everyone in the apartment block shares a kitchen.

Yolun hemen karşısındaki apartman dairelerde yaşıyoruz. - We live in the block of flats just across the road.

block
birlik
block
(Bilgisayar) önle

Güney senatörleri 1930'lu yıllara kadar linç önleme yasasını engelledi. - Southern senators blocked anti-lynching legislation through the 1930s.

block
parsel
block
engel oluşturmak
block
alıkoymak
block
(Bilgisayar) öbeklemek
block
büyük bina
block
kanton
block
bloklamak
block
arsa parçası
block
tıkanmak
block
{f} tıka

Gösteriden dolayı cadde tıkalıydı. - The street is blocked because of the demonstration.

Sadece burnum tıkanmadı fakat aynı zamanda ateşim yüksek. - Not only my nose is blocked but also my temperature is high.

block
cellat kütüğü
block
kütük/kaya/taş parçası
block
kapamak
block
önlemek
block
(matbaa) blok
block
tıkanıklık

Acil çıkış yolları, kamu güvenliği için tıkanıklıklardan uzak tutulmalıdır. - Emergency exits must be kept free of blockages for public safety.

block
tıkama
block
bir bütün olarak düşünülen miktar
block
engel

Trafik bir heyelan tarafından engellendi. - Traffic was blocked by a landslide.

Maskeler sarı kum tozunu,polenlerden dahada küçük,ne kadar iyi engelleyebilir?Sanırım o polenden oldukça daha fazla bir baş belasıdır. - Just how well can masks block the, even smaller than pollen, yellow sand dust? I think it much more of a nuisance than pollen.

block
önünü kesmek
ganglion blocking agent
gangliyon bloke edici ilaç
block
{i} kütük
block
{i} makara
alpha-adrenergic blocking agents
alfa adrenerjik bloker ajanlar
block
{f} tika
non-blocking
engelleyici olmayan
record blocking
kayıt bloklaması, kayıt öbeklemesi
block
{i} apartman [brit.]
block
(Tıp) Tıkanma, kesilme, engel
block
(Tıp) Tıkamak, yolunu kesmek, geçmesine engel olmak
block
{i} sıkışıklık
block
blok,v.tıka: n.blok
block
(Tıp) Sinirsel uyarı iletiminin kesilmesi
block
{f} tıkamak
block
{i} blok, büyük parça
block
(Tekstil) klişe, kalıp
block
(Askeri) EŞYA BLOĞU: İki veya daha çok birim genişlikte, iki veya daha çok birim derinlikte, birbirini destekler durumda, muntazam ikmal maddeleri istifi. Bir eşya bloğu, dikdörtgen veya piramit şeklinde olabilir
block
{i} iki cadde arasındaki binalar [amer.]
block
{i} palanga
block
{i} tutukluk
block
büyük parça bitişik bir sıra bina
block
{i} kütle
block
{f} durdurmak
block
{f} kalıplamak
block
(Nükleer Bilimler) öbek
block
(Tıp) İlaçla sınırlı bir bölgenin duyarsız hale getirilmesi, bölgesel his iptali
block
öbek blok
block
üzerinde kelle uçurulan tahta
block
iki cadde arasındaki binalar
block
şapka kalıbı
block
sinyalleri beraber çalışan hat
block
{i} İng. büyük bina: block of flats apartman. office block (büroların bulunduğu) iş hanı
block
mezatlarda tellalın üzerinde satış yaptığı tahta
call blocking
cagri tikama
dump blocking
(Nükleer Bilimler) indirmeyi önleme
emotional blocking
duygusal tıkanma
popup blocking
popup engelleme
starter blocking
marş kilidi
thyroid blocking agent
(Tıp) tiroid baskılayıcı ajan
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
present participle of block
{i} obstructing, barring, impeding, deterring
The art of moving actors on the stage in such a manner as not to collide with the walls, the furniture, the orchestra pit or each other Similar to playing chess, except that the pawns want to argue with you
Arranging where the lights will go and how they will hit the talent before shooting gets underway Commonly done before the scene with the stand-ins and lighting crew in preparation for the actors
(1) Engineering principle involving average time a user will wait while a call searches for the most economical route; opposed to queuing where a call waits for the most economical route (2) Inability to establish a new call because of the inaccessibility of facilities in the system being called Measured under grade of service using "P" factor
The action of communication routines that wait until their function is complete before returning control to the calling program For example, a routine that sends a message might delay its exit until it receives confirmation that the message has been received
Actors are directed to stand or move to particular places on the stage In both television and theatre this can be very specific and the actor has to find their "mark" so that the shot will line up for the camera and the sound boom or in the case of theatre
(a) The process of sticking together of tickets during storage This process is sometimes accompanied by the transfer of magnetic or other print materials from one card to the next; (b) the process of magnetic stripe tape sticking together in roll form
The act of obstructing, supporting, shaping, or stamping with a block or blocks
Blocks used to support a building, etc
Using any part of the body to block or impede an opponent's progress; a personal foul Compare charging
Rejecting information or ideas offered by another player One of the most common problems experienced by new improvisors In conventional theatre, the term is used to mean something different (pre-planned stage movement)
The tendency for one stimulus to overshadow another in conditioning (Anderson)
The act of playing a word on the board that stops the opponent from making a potentially large score It also refers to the act of playing words that make it harder for either player to score many points
A schedule for conducting treatment combinations in an experimental study such that any effects on the experimental results due to a known change in raw materials, operators, machines, etc , become concentrated in the levels of the blocking variable Note: the reason for blocking is to isolate a systematic effect and prevent it from obscuring the main effects Blocking is achieved by restricting randomization
A function is said to "block" when it waits until it completes the requested operation or fails trying before returning (Sockets are blocking by default under Winsock ) The main use for blocking calls in a Winsock program are when your program's only job in life is to communicate with the network, because while a call blocks, your program can do nothing else This mode of operation is also called "synchronous " Compare asynchronous and non-blocking See also this example program to see how to use blocking sockets
temporarily
The adhesion of glass, plastic films, or papers to the surface of photographs as a result of gelatin softening This usually occurs under conditions of high humidity In severe cases, the photographs cannot be removed
(adj ) An operation that causes the process executing it to block Usually applied to communications operations, where it implies that the communicating process cannot perform any other operations until the communication has completed See also asynchronous, non-blocking and synchronous
The spatial grouping and movement of characters on stage Typically, good blocking ensures that all characters are visible to the audience, that the stage is not cluttered with a clump of actors in any one area, and that important action or actors remain positioned in such a way as to emphasize their centrality to the story
The adhesion of one coated sheet to another, causing paper tears or particles of the coating to shed away from the paper surface
The joining together of pages of a book to form a solid block Likely effect of water damage or high humidity on some coated papers Is less likely to be a problem with modern coated papers
A method of operation in which a program that issues a call does not regain control until the call completes See also synchronous verb completion
An option that is specified when binding an application It allows caching of multiple rows of information by the communications subsystem so that each FETCH statement does not require the transmission of one row for each request across the network Contrast with data blocking
the predetermined movement of the actors within a given scene as well as the setup and positioning of the cameras, lights and other technical equipment
A process that prevents certain types of calls to be made to or from customer premise equipment, keeping users from accessing alternate networks or completing any non-billable calls This is most common in Operator Services, where the payphone owner blocks access to other networks which would yield no revenue
A coating defect consisting of the adhesion of two adjoining coatings or materials Usually this term refers to the coating on one side of coated plate being tacky or sticky and adhering to the adjacent sheet
The working out of the physical movements of actors in a play
Sticking together of printed sheets causing damage when the surfaces are separated
(American football) the act of obstructing someone's path with your body; "he threw a rolling block into the line backer"
(American football) the act of obstructing someone's path with your body; "he threw a rolling block into the line backer
The joining together of pages of a book to form a solid block Likely effect of water damage or high humidity on some coated papers Blocking is less likely to be a problem with modern coated papers
uke
blocking patent
A patent relating to a particular area of technology which prevents another patent from being used because the other patent relies on technology covered by the first
blocking patents
plural form of blocking patent
blocking course
The finishing course of a wall showing above a cornice
blocking up
stopping, clogging, plugging, impeding, obstructing
block
To prevent (something from happening or someone from doing something)

His plan to take over the business was blocked by the boss.

block
A joined group of four (or in some cases nine) postage stamps, forming a roughly square shape
block
To hit with a block
block
To prevent (something or someone) from passing

You're blocking the road - I can't get through.

block
To impede an opponent in sports

The offensive linemen tried to block the blitz.

block
A section of split logs used as fuel
block
To wait

When the condition expression is false, the thread blocks on the condition variable.

block
To play a block shot
block
A residential building consisting of flats

A block of flats.

block
A region of code in a program that acts as a single unit, such as a function or loop
block
A set of sheets (of paper) joined together at one end

A block of 100 tickets.

block
A case with one or more sheaves/pulleys, used with ropes to increase or redirect force, for example, as part of the rigging of a sailing ship
block
A shot played by holding the bat vertically in the path of the ball, so that it loses momentum and drops to the ground
block
A defensive play by one or more players meant to deflect a spiked ball back to the hitter’s court
block
A cuboid of wood, plastic or other material used as a base on which to cut something

Anne Boleyn placed her head on the block and awaited her execution.

block
to shape or mould into the desired shape
block
Something that prevents something from passing (see blockage)

There's a block in the pipe that means the water can't get through.

block
A logical data storage unit containing one or more physical sectors (see cluster)
block
An action to interfere with the movement of an opposing player or of the object of play (ball, puck)
block
To disable communication via telephone, instant messaging, etc., with an undesirable someone

I tried to message, but you blocked me!.

block
{v} to shut or stop up, inclose, hinder
block
{n} a heavy piece of wood pulley, hindrance
Block
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Block
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bed-blocking
a situation in which someone stays in hospital because there is no other suitable place where they can go to be looked after. This means that other people cannot go into hospital when they need to, because there is no bed for them
block
The popping crease
block
To secure or support by means of blocks; to secure, as two boards at their angles of intersection, by pieces of wood glued to each
block
a solid piece of something (usually having flat rectangular sides); "the pyramids were built with large stone blocks" housing in a large building that is divided into separate units; "there is a block of classrooms in the west wing" an inability to remember or think of something you normally can do; often caused by emotional tension; "I knew his name perfectly well but I had a temporary block" a number or quantity of related things dealt with as a unit; "he reserved a large block of seats"; "he held a large block of the company's stock" a rectangular area in a city surrounded by streets and usually containing several buildings; "he lives in the next block" (computer science) a sector or group of sectors that function as the smallest data unit permitted; "since blocks are often defined as a single sector, the terms `block' and `sector' are sometimes used interchangeably" a three-dimensional shape with six square or rectangular sides shape into a block or blocks; "block the graphs so one can see the results clearly" shape by using a block; "Block a hat"; "block a garment" support, secure, or raise with a block; "block a plate for printing"; "block the wheels of a car" stamp or emboss a title or design on a book with a block; "block the book cover" interrupt the normal function of by means of anesthesia; "block a nerve"; "block a muscle" run on a block system; "block trains
block
To fill (something) so that it is not possible to pass
block
A group of buildings in a city or town, demarcated by streets
block
hinder or prevent the progress or accomplishment of; "His brother blocked him at every turn"
block
block passage through; "obstruct the path"
block
a metal casting containing the cylinders and cooling ducts of an engine; "the engine had to be replaced because the block was cracked"
block
A section of a railroad where the block system is used
block
A piece of box or other wood for engravers' work
block
A grooved pulley or sheave incased in a frame or shell which is provided with a hook, eye, or strap, by which it may be attached to an object
block
A shot played by holding he bat vertically in the path of the ball, so that it loses momentum and drops to the ground
block
A block of flats or offices is a large building containing them. blocks of council flats. a white-painted apartment block
block
a chip off the old block: see chip. Herbert Lawrence Block block and tackle Block Island block mill
block
Used to describe a section of track on the course of a roller coaster Blocks are separated by brakes, lifts, stations or other devices that enable a train to be stopped and most coasters are designed to operate with only one train moving in each block at any time
block
(v ) To suspend one's own operation, or the operation of another process A process may block itself, or be blocked by the system, until some event occurs If all processes are simultaneously blocked, and no external event can cause any of them to become unblocked, then deadlock has occurred The term block is also often used to refer to a chunk of data or program See also basic block
block
Some amount of data treated as a single unit For example, the DES block cipher has a 64-bit block So DES ciphers 64 bits (8 bytes or typically 8 ASCII characters) at once A 64-bit block supports 264 or about 1 8 x 1019 block values or code values Each different permutation of those values can be considered a complete code A block cipher has the ability to select from among many such codes using a key It is not normally possible to block-cipher just a single bit or a single byte of a block An arbitrary stream of data can always be partitioned into one or more fixed-size blocks, but it is likely that at least one block will not be completely filled Using fixed-size blocks generally means that the associated system must support data expansion in enciphering, if only by one block Handling even minimal data expansion may be difficult in some systems
block
In mainframe computing, a Block refers to a group of records Individual records are gathered into blocks of data for efficient transmission or storage on various devices The blocks are treated as one unit when being stored, read, or written
block
A blockhead; a stupid fellow; a dolt
block
A numbered area on an OCS leasing map or official protraction diagram (OPD) Blocks are portions of OCS leasing maps and OPD's that are themselves portions of planning areas Blocks vary in size, but typical ones are 5,000 to 5,760 acres (about 9 square miles or 2,304 hectares) Each block has a specific identifying number, area, and latitude and longitude coordinates that can be pinpointed on a leasing map of OPD
block
impede the movement of (an opponent or a ball); "block an attack"
block
shape by using a block; "Block a hat"; "block a garment"
block
To obstruct so as to prevent passage or progress; to prevent passage from, through, or into, by obstructing the way; used both of persons and things; often followed by up; as, to block up a road or harbor
block
A section of a FIS form containing related pieces of information Each form has a "key" block at the top that requests or reflects key access information, and one or more framed data blocks below, each of which generally focuses on one area of data
block
A square, or portion of a city inclosed by streets, whether occupied by buildings or not
block
A large or long building divided into separate houses or shops, or a number of houses or shops built in contact with each other so as to form one building; a row of houses or shops
block
See Block system, below
block
obstruct; "My nose is all stuffed"; "Her arteries are blocked"
block
a platform from which an auctioneer sells; "they put their paintings on the block"
block
Group of contiguous recorded characters treated as a unit and containing one or more logical records Normally used to characterize a DVD ECC block or a CD subcode block, or section, but can also refer to a CD frame
block
The pattern or shape of a hat
block
A defensive play by one or more players meant to deflect a spiked ball back to the hitter's court
block
(computer science) a sector or group of sectors that function as the smallest data unit permitted; "since blocks are often defined as a single sector, the terms `block' and `sector' are sometimes used interchangeably"
block
If you block someone's way, you prevent them from going somewhere or entering a place by standing in front of them. I started to move round him, but he blocked my way
block
In the Java(TM) programming language, any code between matching braces Example: { x = 1; }
block
Basic unit of disk space allocation Each disk drive has a fixed block size (BLS) defined in its disk parameter block in the BIOS A block can consist of 1K, 2K, 4K, 8K, or 16K consecutive bytes Blocks are numbered relative to zero so that each block is unique and has a byte displacement in a file equal to the block number times the block size
block
(American football) the act of obstructing someone's path with your body; "he threw a rolling block into the line backer"
block
an inability to remember or think of something you normally can do; often caused by emotional tension; "I knew his name perfectly well but I had a temporary block"
block
The position of a player or bat when guarding the wicket
block
A group of adjacent cells in a rectangle is called a block A block is defined by the addresses of the two cells that are in the opposite corners of the rectangle block area, from the top left cell in the block to the bottom right cell in the block Once a block is defined, you can move it, copy it, delete it, or change the contents, format, or mathematical functions
block
run on a block system; "block trains
block
The distance from one street to another in a city that is built (approximately) to a grid pattern
block
n a named lexical exit point, established explicitly by block or implicitly by operators such as loop, do and prog, to which control and values may be transfered by using a return-from form with the name of the block
block
shape into a block or blocks; "block the graphs so one can see the results clearly"
block
A 'segment' of track which is seperated from the rest of the track by brakes, lift hills or other devices capeable of halting the train The concept is that only one train can enter a block at one time, A safety feature which is standard on all multi-train coasters
block
shut out from view or get in the way so as to hide from sight; "The thick curtain blocked the action on the stage"; "The trees obstruct my view of the mountains"
block
Sometimes referred to as "paraffin block", this a cube of paraffin wax containing the tissue specimen, which allows the tissue to be cut into very thin slices ("sections") by a trained technologist using a special cutting instrument, the microtome These thin sections of tissue are mounted on glass slides (see "slides") for ultimately viewing under the microscope by the pathologist The tissue contained in the block is permanently preserved, and is an important source of diagnostic tissue if additional studies must be performed at any time in the future
block
are shaped
block
A logical data storage unit containing one ore more physical sectors (see cluster)
block
The act of impeding an opponent in sports
block
A block hole
block
render unsuitable for passage; "block the way"; "barricade the streets"; "stop the busy road"
block
A binary vector consisting of up to sixty-four bits numbered from the left as 1, 2, 3, , 64 [X965] A binary vector In this standard, the input and output of encryption and decryption operation are 64-bit block The bits are numbered from left to right The plaintext and ciphertext are segmented to k-bit blocks, k = 1, 8, 64 [X952] A data unit whose length is 64 bits [X3 106][x919][x923][x952]
block
a number or quantity of related things dealt with as a unit; "he reserved a large block of seats"; "he held a large block of the company's stock"
block
Any obstruction, or cause of obstruction; a stop; a hindrance; an obstacle; as, a block in the way
block
A term used in word processing to mean any user-defined quantity of text "Select" is a more modern term, and is the term used in Microsoft Word In old word processors, you blocked a portion of text Now, you select a block of text
block
A portion of a macromolecule, comprising many units, that has at least one feature not present in adjacent portions
block
{i} chunk; obstacle; piece, unit of text that is marked for a future processing operation (Computers); mold; obstruction; scaffold, gallows; rectangle space surrounded by streets
block
The perch on which a bird of prey is kept
block
support, secure, or raise with a block; "block a plate for printing"; "block the wheels of a car"
block
A substantial, often approximately cuboid, piece of any substance
block
A physical unit of information in a logical record Block size is usually expressed in bytes
block
On magnetic tape, a physical chunk of information separated from other blocks by an interblock gap of blank space The computer reads and processes the information from a tape in blocks The size of a block is typically a multiple of the size of a physical record
block
stamp or emboss a title or design on a book with a block; "block the book cover"
block
An addressable amount of data in a disk or tape storage system Typically a disk block is 512 bytes (a byte being 8 bits) Blocks are also called sectors on disks If an application only requests 20 bytes, the minimum number of bytes that can be read from a disk, is one block The operating system manages the delivery of just 20 bytes to the application, keeping all the 512 bytes in memory For the majority of disks shipped today, the operating system will read and write a minimum number of blocks (called a disk cluster) On reads, this data is cached in memory as the application may need the next 20 bytes from the same block If it does it will save having to go to the disk again In the backup world (using tape devices) much larger block sizes (64K bytes) are used as most of the time sequential writes and reads are taking place Using larger block sizes on sequential transfers is more efficient than small block sizes
block
a simple machine consisting of a wheel with a groove in which a rope can run to change the direction or point of application of a force applied to the rope
block
It is used to change the direction of motion, as in raising a heavy object that can not be conveniently reached, and also, when two or more such sheaves are compounded, to change the rate of motion, or to exert increased force; used especially in the rigging of ships, and in tackles
block
interfere with or prevent the reception of signals; "Jam the Voice of America"; "block the signals emitted by this station"
block
(1) One or more chronological segments of cutoff, or closed, records that are in the same series and are dealt with as a unit for disposition purposes, especially during the transfer of permanent records to the National Archives For example, a transfer of records in 5-year blocks
block
A group of urban lots of property, several acres in extent, not crossed by public streets
block
In Australia, one of the large lots into which public land, when opened to settlers, is divided by the government surveyors
block
A grouping of related characters within the Unicode encoding space A block may contain unassigned positions, which are reserved
block
The human head
block
a three-dimensional shape with six square or rectangular sides
block
stop from happening or developing; "Block his election"; "Halt the process"
block
The wooden mold on which hats, bonnets, etc
block
Illustrations or line art etched onto zinc or copper plates and used in letterpress printing
block
prohibit the conversion or use of (assets); "Blocked funds"; "Freeze the assets of this hostile government"
block
The solid piece of wood on which condemned persons lay their necks when they are beheaded
block
To block a road, channel, or pipe means to put an object across it or in it so that nothing can pass through it or along it. Some students today blocked a highway that cuts through the center of the city He can clear blocked drains
block
A block of a substance is a large rectangular piece of it. a block of ice
block
a three-dimensional shape with six square or rectangular sides shape into a block or blocks; "block the graphs so one can see the results clearly"
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A block of wood hollowed out to form a hemispherical recess After it has been dipped in water to reduce charring and to create a "cushion" of steam, the block is used to form the gather into a sphere, prior to inflation
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housing in a large building that is divided into separate units; "there is a block of classrooms in the west wing"
block
A piece of wood more or less bulky; a solid mass of wood, stone, etc
block
a rectangular area in a city surrounded by streets and usually containing several buildings; "he lives in the next block"
block
an obstruction in a pipe or tube; "we had to call a plumber to clear out the blockage in the drainpipe"
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A subdivision of a census tract (or, in 1990, a block numbering area), a block is the smallest geographic unit for which the Census Bureau tabulates 100-percent data Many blocks correspond to individual city blocks bounded by streets, but blocks -- especially in rural areas - may include many square miles and may have some boundaries that are not streets The Census Bureau established blocks covering the entire nation for the first time in 1990 Previous censuses back to 1940 had blocks established only for part of the nation
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If something blocks your view, it prevents you from seeing something because it is between you and that thing. a row of spruce trees that blocked his view of the long north slope of the mountain. = obstruct
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If you have a mental block or a block, you are temporarily unable to do something that you can normally do which involves using, thinking about, or remembering something. see also breeze-block, building block, roadblock, starting block, stumbling block, tower block
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{f} obstruct; hinder, thwart
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If you block something that is being arranged, you prevent it from being done. For years the country has tried to block imports of various cheap foreign products
block
To shape on, or stamp with, a block; as, to block a hat
block
To specify the positions and movements of the actors
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be unable to remember; "I'm drawing a blank"; "You are blocking the name of your first wife!"
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run on a block system; "block trains"
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a solid piece of something (usually having flat rectangular sides); "the pyramids were built with large stone blocks"
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In binding, to impress or stamp a design upon the cover The design can be blocked in coloured inks, gold leaf or metal foil (see blind) In printing, a letterpress block is the etched copper or zinc plate, mounted on wood or metal from which an illustration is printed
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A block of something such as tickets or shares is a large quantity of them, especially when they are all sold at the same time and are in a particular sequence or order. Those booking a block of seats get them at reduced rates
block
A {wood} block is a piece of wood used as a matrix for a print Wood blocks are used primarily for woodcuts or wood engravings
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usually with one or more plane, or approximately plane, faces; as, a block on which a butcher chops his meat; a block by which to mount a horse; children's playing blocks, etc
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A block in a town is an area of land with streets on all its sides. She walked four blocks down High Street He walked around the block three times
block
interrupt the normal function of by means of anesthesia; "block a nerve"; "block a muscle"
block
A piece of hard wood (as mahogany or cherry) on which a stereotype or electrotype plate is mounted to make it type high
card blocking
preventing the possibility of using a credit card in order to pull funds from an account
neuromuscular blocking agent
a substance that interferes with the neural transmission between motor neurons and skeletal muscles
projectile blocking layer
protective vest, layer that protects from explosions
blocking

    Расстановка переносов

    block·ing

    Турецкое произношение

    bläkîng

    Произношение

    /ˈbläkəɴɢ/ /ˈblɑːkɪŋ/

    Слово дня

    onychophagia
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