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N-COUNT 大楼；大厦 A block of flats or offices is a large building containing them.
...blocks of council flats.
...a white-painted apartment block.
N-COUNT 街区 A block in a town is an area of land with streets on all its sides.
She walked four blocks down High Street...
He walked around the block three times.
N-COUNT （长方形）块，大块 A block of a substance is a large rectangular piece of it.
...a block of ice.
VERB 阻塞，堵塞（道路、管道等） To block a road, channel, or pipe means to put an object across it or in it so that nothing can pass through it or along it.
Some students today blocked a highway that cuts through the center of the city...
When the shrimp farm is built it will block the stream...
VERB 挡住，遮住（视线） If something blocks your view, it prevents you from seeing something because it is between you and that thing.
...a row of spruce trees that blocked his view of the long north slope of the mountain.
VERB 堵住，阻挡，挡住（去路） If you block someone's way, you prevent them from going somewhere or entering a place by standing in front of them.
I started to move round him, but he blocked my way...
Mr Calder tried to leave the shop but the police officer blocked his path.
VERB 阻挠；阻止；妨碍 If you block something that is being arranged, you prevent it from being done.
For years the country has tried to block imports of various cheap foreign products...
His persistent attempts to complain to his superiors were blocked and ignored.
VERB （体育运动中）拦截，阻截（进球、对手等） In some sports, if a player blocks a shot or kick, they stop the ball reaching its target. If one player blocks another, the first stops the second from reaching or moving with the ball.
In the final seconds, Gunn goalie Kevin Cantwell blocked two shots.
N-COUNT （尤指按特定顺序同时售出的）大量，大批，大套（票、股票等） A block of something such as tickets or shares is a large quantity of them, especially when they are all sold at the same time and are in a particular sequence or order.
Those booking a block of seats get them at reduced rates.
N-COUNT （短时间的）思维停滞，思维中断 If you have a mental block or a block, you are temporarily unable to do something that you can normally do which involves using, thinking about, or remembering something.
PHRASE 冒着败坏名声的风险；拿名誉（或地位）做赌注 If someone lays their head on the block, or puts their head on the block, they are risking their reputation or position by taking a particular course of action.
The Chancellor, by his unusual statement, has put his head on the block.