block / blɒk /


block4 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a solid mass of wood, stone, etc., usually with one or more flat or approximately flat faces.
  2. a hollow masonry building unit of cement, terracotta, etc.: a wall made of concrete blocks.
  3. one of a set of cube-shaped pieces of wood, plastic, or the like, used as a child's toy in building.
v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to obstruct by placing obstacles in the way: to block one's exit; to block up a passage.
  2. to fit with blocks; mount on a block.
  3. to shape or prepare on or with a block: to block a hat; to block a sweater.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to act so as to obstruct an opponent, as in football, hockey, and basketball: He doesn't get many baskets, but he sure can block.
  2. Theater. to block a play, act, scene, stage, etc.: The director will block tomorrow.
  3. to suffer a block.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. block in / out to sketch or outline roughly or generally, without details: She blocked out a color scheme for the interiors.
  2. block out, block. box out.

block 近义词

n. 名词 noun

mass of material

n. 名词 noun


v. 动词 verb



  1. The block highlighted in red was the one above which the blocks were no longer balanced.
  2. Some will guard from their cars, while others will pace around the block, flashlights in hand.
  3. Since larger blocks of ice take longer to melt, this system can safely be used over long periods during entertaining without added refrigeration.
  4. Whetstones are essentially blocks of sandpaper in different textures.
  5. Some volunteers drive more than an hour to walk these blocks — largely deserted by a combination of fear and pandemic lockdown — to hand out bilingual fliers that explain how to report a crime to police.
  6. Church bells pealed from St. Catherine of Siena parish one block away.
  7. During his trek, Brinsley twice passed within a block of a police stationhouse and he almost certainly saw cops along the way.
  8. Block 3F is slated for release in 2019, but who knows how much that will slip?
  9. After walking block after block holding that container, he had suddenly discarded it and was now clutching a gun.
  10. If someone wants to ensure a direct and secure connection, no entity, whether a hotel or otherwise, should be able to block it.
  11. The Spanish troops did not care to venture past a block of buildings in which were the offices and stores of a British firm.
  12. The upper block was left a little thicker, the junction or root of the neck necessitating this.
  13. The long unbroken block had as many and as various stores as are generally spread over the entire area of a town.
  14. It had been very scanty information and late in its arrival—too late to enable the master manhunter to block the plan.
  15. How I do wish sometimes to give Ritchie a jog, when there is some stumbling-block that he sticks fast at.