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  • roadblock — [rōd′bläk΄] n. 1. an obstruction in a road; specif., a) Mil. a blockade of logs, wire, cement, etc., for holding up enemy vehicles at a point covered by heavy fire b) a blockade, often of patrol cars, set up by police, as for stopping a fugitive …   English World dictionary

  • roadblock — ► NOUN ▪ a barrier put across a road by the police or army to stop and examine traffic …   English terms dictionary

  • roadblock — noun 1 barrier across a road ADJECTIVE ▪ army, military, police VERB + ROADBLOCK ▪ set up ▪ Police set up a roadblock on the road to the capital. ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • Roadblock — For other uses, see Roadblock (disambiguation). Concrete barrier …   Wikipedia

  • roadblock — UK [ˈrəʊdˌblɒk] / US [ˈroʊdˌblɑk] noun [countable] Word forms roadblock : singular roadblock plural roadblocks 1) a part of a road where police or soldiers stop traffic, especially to make checks Police set up roadblocks in an attempt to capture… …   English dictionary

  • police — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ armed, mounted ▪ plain clothes, uniformed ▪ undercover ▪ riot, traffic …   Collocations dictionary

  • roadblock — /rohd blok /, n. 1. an obstruction placed across a road, esp. of barricades or police cars, for halting or hindering traffic, as to facilitate the capture of a pursued car or inspection for safety violations. 2. an obstruction on a road, as a… …   Universalium

  • roadblock — road|block [ roud,blak ] noun count 1. ) a part of a road, street, or highway where police or soldiers stop traffic, especially to make checks: Police set up roadblocks in an attempt to capture Dutroux. 2. ) INFORMAL something that stops someone… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • roadblock — [[t]ro͟ʊdblɒk[/t]] roadblocks also road block N COUNT When the police or the army put a roadblock across a road, they stop all the traffic going through, for example because they are looking for a criminal. In other parts of the city police set… …   English dictionary

  • roadblock — road•block [[t]ˈroʊdˌblɒk[/t]] n. 1) an obstruction placed across a road for halting or hindering traffic, as by the police to facilitate a search or capture, or by the military to delay the enemy 2) an obstruction on a road, as a fallen tree 3)… …   From formal English to slang

  • roadblock — /ˈroʊdblɒk/ (say rohdblok) noun 1. an obstruction placed across a road by police, soldiers, etc., to halt or slow down traffic for control or inspection, impede the progress of an enemy, etc. 2. an obstacle to progress: a roadblock to peace …   Australian English dictionary

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