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Meaning of “fence sth off” - Learner’s Dictionary

fence sth off

phrasal verb with fence
 
 
/fens/ verb [I]
to separate one area from another by building a fence: [often passive] The children's play area was fenced off from the rest of the park.Fences and railsSeparating and dividing
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