seal off

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seal off (third-person singular simple present seals off, present participle sealing off, simple past and past participle sealed off)

  1. (transitive) To physically isolate an area or building for security reasons preventing passage of humans or vehicles.
    Police sealed off the building following an anonymous bomb warning.

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