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blockage 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈbläkij/,
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blockages, plural;
  1. An obstruction that makes movement or flow difficult or impossible
    • - a blockage in the pipes
    • - the pumps are prone to blockage

  1. obstruction: the physical condition of blocking or filling a passage with an obstruction
  2. an obstruction in a pipe or tube; "we had to call a plumber to clear out the blockage in the drainpipe"
  3. the act of blocking
  4. The state of being blocked; A thing that is blocking
  5. (Blockages) the issues or events that enter our space and create an off-balance situation to assist our learning.
  6. (Blockages) Stuck energy patterns which keep our hearts from expanding to a new level of openness. Blockages around the edges of our heart limit us from a deeper experience of the True Joy. ...
  7. A discount applied to a value to reflect the depressive effect on value caused by the sudden offering for sale of a large number of identical or very similar items at the same time. In such a case, the market finds it difficult to absorb all the items quickly and, as a result, value is depressed.
  8. Congestion of an area of the body that may ache, be tense, or feel numb.
  9. Any obstruction in the digestive or urinary tract. Symptoms include: pain, little or no output from the stoma for several hours, nausea, and sometimes fever. If the blockage doesn't shift within a few hours, medical advice is needed.
  10. The number of calls out of 100 attempts that meet delays in finding access.
  11. This is something that obstructs movement through a pipe or channel, such as the tear duct systems of the eye.
  12. A simple and most common method of reversing the Sharpshooter - the opponent would block the wrestler's foot when trying to perform the sharpshooter.
  13. Callers blocked from entering a queue. See Blocked Call.
  14. STUCK, PREVENT (FLOW or MOVE).