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- v. to completely block or obstruct.
- v. to be completely blocked or obstrctued.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. render unsuitable for passage
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We walked a short block up Broadway, past what's left of Bowling Green, and I said, "Do you know where you are?"
Pete’s All-American is on the west side of Tenth Avenue a block up from Grogan’s.
Could they get at the British fleet here, they are sufficient to destroy them; but these being drawn up into Elizabeth river, into which the sixty-four cannot enter, I apprehend they could do nothing more than block up the river.
It’s a ‘47 Buick Super, green, abandoned a half block up from the building site.