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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A solid piece of a hard substance, such as wood, having one or more flat sides.
- noun: Such a piece used as a construction member or as a support.
- noun: Such a piece upon which chopping or cutting is done: a butcher's block.
- noun: Such a piece upon which persons are beheaded.
- noun: One of a set of small wooden or plastic pieces, such as a cube, bar, or cylinder, used as a building toy.
- noun: Printing A large amount of text.
- noun: Sports A starting block.
- noun: A stand from which articles are displayed and sold at an auction: Many priceless antiques went on the block.
- noun: A mold or form on which an item is shaped or displayed: a hat block.
- noun: A substance, such as wood or stone, that has been prepared for engraving.
- noun: A pulley or a system of pulleys set in a casing.
- noun: An engine block.
- noun: A bloc.
- noun: A set of like items, such as shares of stock, sold or handled as a unit.
- noun: A group of four or more unseparated postage stamps forming a rectangle.
- noun: Canadian A group of townships in an unsurveyed area.
- noun: A usually rectangular section of a city or town bounded on each side by consecutive streets.
- noun: A segment of a street bounded by consecutive cross streets and including its buildings and inhabitants.
- noun: A large building divided into separate units, such as apartments.
- noun: A length of railroad track controlled by signals.
- noun: The act of obstructing.
- noun: Something that obstructs; an obstacle.
- noun: Sports An act of bodily obstruction, as of a player or ball.
- noun: Football Legal interference with an opposing player to clear the path of the ball carrier.
- noun: Medicine Interruption or obstruction of a physiological function: nerve block.
- noun: Psychology A sudden cessation of speech or a thought process without an immediate observable cause, sometimes considered a consequence of repression. Also called mental block.
- noun: Slang The human head: threatened to knock my block off.
- noun: A blockhead.
- verb-transitive: To shape into a block or blocks.
- verb-transitive: To support, strengthen, or retain in place by means of a block.
- verb-transitive: To shape, mold, or form with or on a block: block a hat.
- verb-transitive: To stop or impede the passage of or movement through; obstruct: block traffic.
- verb-transitive: To shut out from view: a curtain blocking the stage.
- verb-transitive: To stop the passage of (a motion or bill) in a legislative assembly.
- verb-transitive: To indicate broadly without great detail; sketch. Often used with out: block out a plan of action; block out stage movements.
- verb-transitive: Sports To impede the movement of (an opponent or the ball) by physical interference.
- verb-transitive: Medicine To interrupt or obstruct the proper functioning of (a physiological process), especially by the use of drugs.
- verb-transitive: Psychology To fail to remember.
- verb-transitive: To run (trains) on a block system.
- verb-intransitive: Sports To obstruct the movement of an opponent.
- verb-intransitive: To suffer a mental block. Often used with on: I blocked on his name.
- phrasal-verb: block out To cover over so as to be illegible: block out sensitive information from a document before releasing it.
- phrasal-verb: block out To repress (a traumatic event, for example) from conscious memory.
- idiom: go on the block To be offered for sale.
- idiom: out of the blocks From a starting position, as in a race or contest: The company has in the past been slow out of the blocks to adapt to consumer tastes.
- idiom: put on the block To offer for sale.
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