obstruction

[əbˈstrʌkʃən] [əbˈstrʌkʃən]

n. 障碍,阻碍;梗阻

详细释义

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

  • 雅思高阶
n /əbˈstrʌkʃən/

障碍物;堵塞物

搭配:[+ of road, path]

  • Why hasn't the council removed the obstructions to the footpath?

    为什么委员会还不将人行道上的障碍物搬走?

  • John was irritated by drivers parking near his house and causing an obstruction.

    约翰对那些在他家附近泊车堵住通道的司机感到恼火。

妨碍;阻挠

  • The programme is being held up by bureaucratic incompetence and deliberate obstruction.

    该计划由于官员不称职和故意妨碍而延期。

  • They face obstruction from politicians.

    他们面临来自政客的阻碍。

(体内的)梗阻;参见:bowel obstruction 【医】

  • an obstruction in the windpipe

    气管梗阻

  • He had surgery for an intestinal obstruction.

    他因为肠梗阻而动了手术。

阻挠;妨碍 【律】

  • Mr Guest refused to let them in and now faces a criminal charge of obstruction.

    格斯特先生因为将他们拒之门外,现在面临妨碍公务的刑事指控。

(尤指在立法机构中通过程序性手段的)拖延 【政】

  • the obstruction in Parliament

    英国议会中的拖延

  • One form of parliamentary obstruction practised in the United States and other countries is the filibuster.

    在美国和其他国家,国会中的一种拖延形式是阻挠议事。

阻挠犯规 【体】

  • Obstruction is not unusual in this type of sport.

    阻挠犯规在这类运动中并不少见。

常用短语

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

  1. to cause an obstruction 引起堵塞

英英释义

n.
any structure that makes progress difficult
the state or condition of being obstructed
something immaterial that stands in the way and must be circumvented or surmounted
the act of obstructing
getting in someone's way

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