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Meaning of “blockade” - Learner’s Dictionary

blockade

noun [C]     /blɒkˈeɪd/
a situation in which a government or soldiers stop goods or people from entering or leaving a place: The government imposed a blockade on oil trading.The armed forces generallyAttacking and invading
blockade verb [T]
Translations of “blockade”
in Chinese (Traditional) 封鎖…
in Russian блокада, запрет…
in Turkish kuşatma, abluka…
in Chinese (Simplified) 封锁…
in Polish blokada…
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