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Translation of "barrier" - English-Spanish dictionary

barrier

noun   /ˈbær·i·ər/
a wall that stops people from going into an area valla Police put up barriers to hold back the crowd.
something that prevents people from doing what they want to do barrera Shyness is one of the biggest barriers to making friends.
(Definition of barrier from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

barrier

noun /ˈbӕriə/
something put up as a defence or protection barrera a safety barrier.
something that causes difficulty barrera, obstáculo His lack of formal qualifications was a barrier to promotion.
(Definition of barrier from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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