The Collaborative International Dictionary
blocked \blocked\ adj.
closed to traffic. Traffic was blocked by an overturned tractor-trailor
Syn: out of use(predicate).
at a complete standstill because of opposition of two unrelenting forces or factions.
Syn: deadlocked, stalemated.
unusable because of some obstruction.
adj. closed to traffic; "the repaving results in many blocked streets" [syn: out of use(p)]
completely obstructed or closed off; "the storm was responsible for many blocked roads and bridges"; "the drain was plugged" [syn: plugged]
1 obstructed impeding general movement. 2 obstructed impeding total flow in a pipe, etc. v
(en-past of: block)
Blocked (video game)
Blocked is a puzzle game for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Usage examples of "blocked".
Adikor, speaking directly to the adjudicator, before the orbiting Bolbay blocked his line of sight again.
The train steamed into the advancing Boer army, was fired upon, tried to escape, found the rails blocked behind it, and upset.
The wall of the arteriole had been abraded by the injury and was not entirely blocked by the clot which embraced the section of nerve fibers and cells tightly.
By nightfall the enemy were in a desperate plight, with a confused mass of vehicles almost twenty miles in length, blocked in front and attacked in flank.
To have got to this point only to be blocked by some kind of glitch was the kind of irony that only a truly badass god would practice.
Grimacing, Steve blocked it with a belaying pin, and the blade glanced off the scarred, hard wood.
Some buildings blocked their view for a moment, then Bluey turned down a side street toward the sea.
Forse flared into a pillar of fire, the tall man bolted out the door he had blocked.
The opening was comparatively small, so that after considerable effort I was able to lug up a bowlder from the valley below which entirely blocked it.
All the other windows in the payload section, including those in the seven ring modules encircling the hub, offer only side views, and none look forward: the view would have been blocked by the main fuel tank and the vast cone of the Bussard ramscoop.
I was blocked for a time at one of the temporary buvettes set up before a shop, a simple pair of planks laid across two barrels where a man sloshed wine from a big bottle back and forth over rows of stout glasses until they were more or less full on the puddled planks.
The passionate expostulations of the big-faced cabman seemed to be squeezed out of a blocked throat.
Dense stands of cryptomeria blocked the light of the stars, and the moon had already set.
The press of bodies seemed to open up before Cyder, who had a smile and a nod for everyone, but she came to a sudden halt as an alarmingly large figure blocked her path.
The arms blocked easy access to the darter so she slid forward until she was sitting on the edge of the seat.