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obstacle (noun)

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  • obstacle — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ big, major ▪ chief, greatest, main ▪ enormous, formidable, huge, serious …   Collocations dictionary

  • obstacle — ► NOUN ▪ a thing that blocks one s way or hinders progress. ORIGIN Latin obstaculum, from obstare impede …   English terms dictionary

  • obstacle race — noun a race in which competitors must negotiate obstacles • Hypernyms: ↑footrace, ↑foot race, ↑run * * * obstacle racer. a foot race in which the contestants are prevented in a specific way from covering the full course at top speed, as by having …   Useful english dictionary

  • obstacle — noun Something that impedes, stands in the way of, or holds up progress A big obstacle to understanding the manual was that it had been poorly translated from the Japanese. Syn: impediment, hindrance, hurdle …   Wiktionary

  • obstacle — I noun arrest, balk, barricade, barrier, block, bridle, catch, check, constraint, curb, dam, delay, detainment, difficulty, disallowance, drawback, embargo, enjoining, estoppel, fence, forbiddance, hamper, handicap, hindrance, hurdle, impediment …   Law dictionary

  • obstacle course — obstacle ,course noun count 1. ) a series of objects or structures that you have to get over, under, or through in a race or in a training exercise 2. ) a series of problems that you have to deal with in order to succeed in something …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • obstacle race — obstacle ,race noun count a type of race in which you have to get over, under, or through a series of objects or structures …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • obstacle — noun (C) 1 something that makes it difficult for you to achieve your aim (+ to): Fear of change is the greatest single obstacle to progress. | put obstacles in the way (of) (=try to prevent something by causing difficulties): They tried to put… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • obstacle course — noun (C) 1 a line of objects which runners in an obstacle race have to jump over, climb through etc 2 a series of difficulties which must be dealt with to achieve a particular aim 3 AmE an assault course …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • obstacle — noun blindness is not the worst obstacle I ve had to overcome Syn: barrier, hurdle, stumbling block, obstruction, bar, block, impediment, hindrance, snag, catch, drawback, hitch, handicap, deterrent, complication, difficulty, problem,… …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • obstacle — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Latin obstaculum, from obstare to stand in front of, from ob in the way + stare to stand more at ob , stand Date: 14th century something that impedes progress or achievement …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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