Bedeutung von “obstruct” im Essential American English Dictionary

obstruct

verb us /əbˈstrʌkt/

to be in a place that stops someone or something from moving:

The car had stopped and was obstructing traffic.

to try to stop something from happening:

He was accused of obstructing a police investigation.
obstruction noun

something that stops someone or something from moving:

Your car’s causing an obstruction.

(Definition von “obstruct” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)