two-blocked

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two-blocked (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to being prevented from proceeding. From nautical terminology for a ship's rigging or crane rigging in which two blocks are locked together, stopping the line.
    We're not making progress because we're two-blocked by the crane that has the road shut down.

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