bloquear


bloquear
v.
1 to block (comunications, roads).
los manifestantes bloqueaban la salida de la fábrica the demonstrators were blocking the exit to the factory
Los huelguistas bloquearon la calle The strikers blocked the road.
Las hojas bloquearon los tubos The leaves blocked the pipes.
2 to blockade.
Los huelguistas bloquearon el edificio The strikers blanked off the building
3 to freeze (finance).
4 to block (acuerdo).
5 to jam (mecanismo).
la centralita del ministerio está bloqueada the ministry's switchboard is jammed
6 to block (sport).
7 to lock (computing) (archivo).
8 to lock (automobiles).
9 to close off.
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bloquear
verbo transitivo
1 (gen) to block
los manifestantes bloquearon la carretera the demonstrators blocked the road
el portero bloqueó el balón the goalkeeper blocked the ball
esto podría bloquear el proceso de paz this could block the peace process
2 MILITAR to blockade
3 (precios, cuentas) to freeze
4 (mecanismo) to jam; (coche etc) to immobilize
verbo pronominal bloquearse
1 (persona) to have a mental block
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verb
1) to block
2) blockade
3) jam
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1. VT
1) (=obstaculizar) [+ entrada, salida] to block (off); [+ camino, proyecto, proceso] to block

un tractor bloqueaba la carretera — the road was blocked by a tractor, a tractor was blocking the road

bloquearon la puerta con un sillón — they blocked o barricaded the door with an armchair

los manifestantes bloquearon la calle en protesta — the demonstrators blocked the street as a protest

la oposición bloqueó la ley en la cámara — the opposition blocked the bill in parliament

la policía nos bloqueó el paso — the police barred our way

2) (=atascar) [+ mecanismo] to jam (up), block; [+ cerradura, línea telefónica] to jam; [+ volante] to lock

los oyentes bloquearon la centralita de la emisora — listeners jammed the radio station's switchboard

3) (=aislar) to cut off

quedaron bloqueados por la nieve — they were cut off by the snow

4) (Mil) to blockade
5) (Com, Econ) to freeze

fondos bloqueados — frozen assets

6) (Dep) [+ jugador] to tackle; [+ balón] to stop, trap
2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) <camino/acceso> to block; <entrada/salida> to block, obstruct

estamos bloqueados por un camión — there's a truck blocking our way

nos quedamos bloquears a causa del temporal — we were cut off by the storm

b) (Mil) to blockade
c) <proceso/iniciativa> to block

su negativa bloqueó las negociaciones — her refusal blocked negotiations

d) (Dep) to block
2) <mecanismo> to jam; (Auto) <dirección> to lock
3) <cuenta/fondos> to freeze, block
2.
bloquearse v pron
1) mecanismo to jam; frenos to jam, lock on; ruedas to lock
2) negociaciones to reach deadlock
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= block, lock, clog up, stymie, come under + siege, shut down, jam, barricade, tie up, block in.
Ex. If loans to this borrower have been blocked, the system displays the screen shown in Figure 88 and sounds the alarm at the terminal.
Ex. Pressing the lock key locks the keyboard in a shifted (uppercase) condition.
Ex. It is wise to fan the paper to separate the sheets and let air in between them, otherwise several sheets might stick together and clog up the printer.
Ex. So, in a lot of cases the ability to take advantage of technologically sophisticated younger faculty is stymied by these conflicting interests.
Ex. The author describes the destruction and dispersal of the contents of the Hanlin library in Beijing during the uprising in 1900, when the Western government diplomatic offices came under siege by the Chinese government.
Ex. Cyberattacks involve routers acting at a predesignated time or trigger time and flooding various targeted Web sites with data -- effectively shutting down the Web site.
Ex. In the wake of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, New York, on 11th September 2001, the main World Wide Web based news Web sites were jammed by users seeking information.
Ex. When he looked through his window he saw two coarse man in reflecting traffic jackets barricade the entrance to the dunes with large rocks.
Ex. Your estate will be tied up in probate if you do not name a beneficiary in your will.
Ex. A man who blocked in a rubbish lorry with his car in a dispute over waste collection was allegedly hit on the head and sworn at by a binman.
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* tecla de Bloquear Desplazamiento = Scroll Lock key.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) <camino/acceso> to block; <entrada/salida> to block, obstruct

estamos bloqueados por un camión — there's a truck blocking our way

nos quedamos bloquears a causa del temporal — we were cut off by the storm

b) (Mil) to blockade
c) <proceso/iniciativa> to block

su negativa bloqueó las negociaciones — her refusal blocked negotiations

d) (Dep) to block
2) <mecanismo> to jam; (Auto) <dirección> to lock
3) <cuenta/fondos> to freeze, block
2.
bloquearse v pron
1) mecanismo to jam; frenos to jam, lock on; ruedas to lock
2) negociaciones to reach deadlock
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= block, lock, clog up, stymie, come under + siege, shut down, jam, barricade, tie up, block in.

Ex: If loans to this borrower have been blocked, the system displays the screen shown in Figure 88 and sounds the alarm at the terminal.

Ex: Pressing the lock key locks the keyboard in a shifted (uppercase) condition.
Ex: It is wise to fan the paper to separate the sheets and let air in between them, otherwise several sheets might stick together and clog up the printer.
Ex: So, in a lot of cases the ability to take advantage of technologically sophisticated younger faculty is stymied by these conflicting interests.
Ex: The author describes the destruction and dispersal of the contents of the Hanlin library in Beijing during the uprising in 1900, when the Western government diplomatic offices came under siege by the Chinese government.
Ex: Cyberattacks involve routers acting at a predesignated time or trigger time and flooding various targeted Web sites with data -- effectively shutting down the Web site.
Ex: In the wake of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, New York, on 11th September 2001, the main World Wide Web based news Web sites were jammed by users seeking information.
Ex: When he looked through his window he saw two coarse man in reflecting traffic jackets barricade the entrance to the dunes with large rocks.
Ex: Your estate will be tied up in probate if you do not name a beneficiary in your will.
Ex: A man who blocked in a rubbish lorry with his car in a dispute over waste collection was allegedly hit on the head and sworn at by a binman.
* tecla de Bloquear Desplazamiento = Scroll Lock key.

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bloquear [A1 ]
vt
A
1 ‹camino/acceso› to block; ‹entrada/salida› to block, obstruct
estamos bloqueados por un camión there's a truck blocking our way
2 (Mil) ‹ciudad/puerto› to blockade
3 ‹proceso/iniciativa› to block
su negativa bloqueó las negociaciones her refusal blocked negotiations o brought negotiations to a standstill
4 (Dep) to block
B
1 ‹mecanismo› to jam
2 (Auto) ‹dirección› to lock
C ‹cuenta/fondos› to freeze, block
bloquearse
v pron
A «mecanismo» to jam; «frenos» to jam, lock on; «ruedas» to lock
B «negociaciones» to reach deadlock, come to a standstill
C (fam)
«persona»: me bloqueé en la entrevista my mind went blank in the interview
ahora mismo tengo la mente bloqueada I can't think straight right now
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bloquear (conjugate bloquear) verbo transitivo
1
a)camino/entrada/salidato block;

estamos bloqueados por un camión there's a truck blocking our way

b) (Mil) to blockade

2cuenta/fondosto freeze, block
bloquearse verbo pronominal
1 [mecanismo] to jam;
[frenos] to jam, lock on;
[ruedas] to lock
2 [negociaciones] to reach deadlock
bloquear verbo transitivo
1 (impedir el movimiento, el acceso) to block: ese coche bloquea el paso, that car is blocking the access
2 (impedir una gestión, paralizar) to block
3 (una cuenta) to freeze
4 (colapsar un servicio, un aparato) to jam, seize up
'bloquear' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
cerrar
- interceptar
- intervenir
- obstruir
English:
bar
- block
- obstruct
- way
- blockade
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bloquear
vt
1. [comunicaciones, carreteras] [por nieve, inundación] to block;
los manifestantes bloqueaban la salida de la fábrica the demonstrators were blocking the exit to the factory
2. [mecanismo] to jam;
la centralita del ministerio está bloqueada the ministry's switchboard is jammed
3. [acuerdo] to block;
bloqueó todo avance en este asunto durante la reunión she blocked o prevented any progress on this issue during the meeting
4. Fin [cuentas] to freeze
5. [con ejército, barcos] to blockade
6. Aut to lock
7. Dep [jugador] to block;
[en baloncesto] to block out, to screen
8. Informát [disquete] to lock
See also the pronominal verb bloquearse
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bloquear
v/t
1 block
2 DEP obstruct; en baloncesto screen
3 (atascar) jam
4 MIL blockade
5 COM freeze
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bloquear vt
1) obstruir: to block, to obstruct
2) : to blockade
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bloquear vb to block
la policía nos bloqueó el paso the police blocked our way
la nieve ha bloqueado muchas carreteras the snow has blocked a lot of roads

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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