bloquear

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Galician[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French bloquer.

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bloquear (first-person singular present bloqueo, first-person singular preterite bloqueei, past participle bloqueado)

  1. (transitive) to block
  2. to block (physically), to barricade, to obstruct
    Unha árbore bloquea o paso
    A tree is blocking [off] the passage.
  3. to jam, to wedge, to fix in place
  4. to freeze (e.g. prices)
    As agricultores queren bloquear o prezo do seu trigo.
    The farmers are wishing to block the price of their wheat.
  5. to block, to impede, to hinder
    A adrenalina pode ralentizar ou bloquear o traballo.
    Adrenaline can slow down or impede work.
  6. (reflexive, of a computer program) To freeze, to lock up
  7. (reflexive) To become jammed

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Compare Spanish bloquear, from French bloquer.

Pronunciation[edit]

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bloquear (first-person singular present indicative bloqueio, past participle bloqueado)

  1. to block

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French bloquer.

Verb[edit]

bloquear (first-person singular present bloqueo, first-person singular preterite bloqueé, past participle bloqueado)

  1. (transitive) to block
  2. to block (physically), to barricade, to obstruct
    Un árbol bloquea el paso
    A tree is blocking [off] the passage.
  3. to jam, to wedge, to fix in place
  4. to freeze (e.g. prices)
    Los agricultores quieren bloquear el precio de su trigo.
    The farmers are wishing to block the price of their wheat.
  5. to block, to impede, to hinder, to stymie
    La adrenalina puede ralentizar o bloquear el trabajo.
    Adrenaline can slow down or impede work.
  6. (reflexive, of a computer program) To freeze, to lock up
  7. (reflexive) To become jammed

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