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barricade

noun [C] uk   /ˈbær.ɪ.keɪd/ /bær.ɪ.ˈkeɪd/ us  
a line or pile of objects put together, often quickly, to stop people from going where they want to go: Inmates erected a barricade between themselves and the prison guards.

barricade

verb [T] uk   /ˈbær.ɪ.keɪd/ /bær.ɪ.ˈkeɪd/ us  
to build a barricade across, around, or in front of something: Barricade the doors! [+ adv/prep] Terrified villagers have barricaded themselves into their houses.
Translations of “barricade”
in Korean 바리케이드, 장애물…
in Arabic مِتراس…
in French barricade…
in Turkish siper, barikat, engel…
in Italian barricata, barriera…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指迅速設置的)障礙物,路障…
in Russian заграждение, баррикада…
in Polish zapora, barykada…
in Spanish barricada…
in Portuguese barricada…
in German die Barrikade…
in Catalan barricada…
in Japanese バリケード…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指迅速设置的)障碍物,路障…
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