barricaded

  畅通词汇  
[ˌbærɪ'keɪd]     [ˌbærɪ'keɪd]    
  • n. 【C】路障;街垒;障碍物;栅栏
  • n. (常用复数形式)barricades:有激烈争论的领域或议题
  • vt. 设路障挡住;阻拦;封锁
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barricade的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C]路障,障碍物 a wall of things that people build quickly to stop other people going somewhere
v. (动词)
  1. vt. 设路障于;以障碍物阻塞 block off or close off with a barricade
  2. vt. 设路障〔防御工事〕保卫或固守 defend or shut in with a barricade

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a barrier set up by police to stop traffic on a street or road in order to catch a fugitive or inspect traffic etc.

  2. a barrier (usually thrown up hastily) to impede the advance of an enemy;

    "they stormed the barricade"

Verb:
  1. render unsuitable for passage;

    "block the way"
    "barricade the streets"
    "stop the busy road"

  2. prevent access to by barricading;

    "The street where the President lives is always barricaded"

  3. block off with barricades

barricade的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Please step behind the police barricade.
    请站在警戒线之后。
  2. The soldiers make a barricade across the road.
    士兵在路上设路障。
  3. The soldiers stormed the barricades erected by the rioting crowd.
    士兵们向暴乱分子设置的街垒发起了猛攻。
  4. Everyone should be guarded by legal barricades.
    人人都应受法律保障。
  5. The doorkeeper keeps people in or out by means of a barricade.
    门卫通过障碍物来控制人们的出入。
  6. The man and his boys then started to pile up a barricade to prevent livestock from running away.
    这时他和孩子开始堆栅栏,防止牲畜逃跑。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. Residents were ready to go to the barricades to fight the school closure.
    居民关于反对学校关闭一事准备展开争论。
用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. They barricaded the main road with fallen trees.
    他们用倒下的树堵住了主要道路。
  2. The police barricaded off the entrance to the square.
    警方在广场的入口处设置了路障。
  3. The boy barricaded the door to keep the stranger out.
    男孩挡住门不让那个陌生人进去。
  4. They attempted to use sand package to barricade the floods, but was useless.
    他们尝试用沙包来阻挡淹水可是却没效。
  5. They barricaded themselves in (their rooms).
    他们把自己关在(自己的屋子)里面。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. The soldiers cut down some trees to make a barricade across the road.
    士兵砍倒了一些树,在路上设置了路障。
  2. The police put up barricades to keep back the crowds during the procession.
    警察设置了街垒,阻止行进的人群。
  3. There are unconfirmed reports of several deaths among demonstrators who were manning barricades to stop the tanks.
    示威者筑起人墙挡坦克,未经证实的报道说有数人因此死亡。
用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+ ~+n./pron.
  1. They barricaded all the doors and windows.
    他们用障碍物堵住了所有的门窗。
  2. The terrorists barricaded themselves in the embassy.
    恐怖分子在使馆中筑起防御工事固守。
  3. The farmers barricaded their houses.
    农民们用栅栏围住自己的房屋。
  4. She barricaded herself in her room.
    她把自己关在房间里。

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~
用作动词 (v.)
~+名词

经典引文

  • Would die upon the literary barricade of defending the noble proportions of 'War and Peace'.

    出自: fig.

barricade的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. barricade指临时设置的“路障,街垒”。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
barricade,barrier
  • 这两个词同源,其区别在于:
  • barricade指临时设置的障碍物,barrier则可指长期设置物。
  • barrier还可指不让人通过的栅栏、屏障,而barricade无此义。
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