block englannista suomeksi
torjuminen, häiritseminen, estäminen
sarja, rivi, ryhmä, erä, rivistö
käyttää suojastusjärjestelmää, käyttää linjasuojastusta
pidäke, este, häiriö, katkos
jakaa lohkoihin, jakaa osiin, muovata
salvata lihaksen toiminta, salvata, salvata hermon toiminta
rakennus, suuri talo
A substantial, often approximately cuboid, piece of any substance.
''a block of ice'', ''a block of stone''
A chopping block: a cuboid base for cutting or beheading.
''Anne Boleyn placed her head on the block and awaited her execution.''
(RQ:Orwell Animal Farm)
- You young porkers who are sitting in front of me, every one of you will scream your lives out at the block within a year.
A block: a simplified head model upon which wigs are worn.
A mould on which hats, bonnets, etc., are shaped.
(RQ:Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing)
1833, ''The Gospel Anchor'' (volume 2, page 371)
- She said, 'I hope I shall not be left to kill myself, but It would be no more sin to kill me, than to put a block on the fire.'
2012, Ron Herrett, ''Shorty's Story''
- Dawn and Shorty would cut this tree into blocks, while Randy and Matt went back for more. Dawn and Shorty made a good team on the crosscut, so when another log arrived, the first was almost completely made into shake wood.
A set of sheets (of paper) joined together at one end, forming a cuboid shape.
''a block of 100 tickets''
A physical area or extent of something, often rectangular or approximately rectangular.
''a block of text'', ''a block of colour'', ''a block of land''
A joined group of four (or in some cases nine) postage stamps, forming a roughly square shape.
A discrete group of vines in a vineyard, often distinguished from others by variety, clone, canopy training method, irrigation infrastructure, or some combination thereof.
A logical extent or region; a grouping or apportionment of like things treated together as a unit.
''a block of data'', ''a block of seven days'', ''a block reservation''
A contiguous group of urban lots of property, typically several acres in extent, not crossed by public streets.
''I'm going for a walk around the block.''
''The place you are looking for is two long blocks east and one short block north.''
(quote-book) I couldn't walk three blocks with the Danish woman's bulging backpack.
A roughly cuboid building.
''a block of flats'', ''a tower block'', ''an office block'', ''a toilet block'', ''a shower block''
(quote-book)| title=(w)| chapter=Foreword|url=http://openlibrary.org/works/OL2004261W| passage=He turned back to the scene before him and the enormous new block of council dwellings. The design was some way after Corbusier but the block was built up on plinths and resembled an Atlantic liner swimming diagonally across the site.
''There's a block in the pipe that means the water can't get through.''
''a mental block''
''writer's block|writer's block''
An action to interfere with the movement of an opposing player or of the object of play (ball, puck).
The position of a player or bat when guarding the wicket.
A defensive play by one or more players meant to deflect a spiked ball back to the hitter’s court.
A temporary or permanent ban that prevents access to an online account or service, or connection to or from a designated telephone number, IP address, or similar.
''I'll knock your block off!''
(RQ:Shakespeare Two Gentlemen of Verona)
To fill or obstruct (something) so that it is not possible to pass.
''The pipe was blocked by leaves.''
To prevent (something or someone) from passing.
''A broken-down car is blocking the traffic.''
To prevent (something from happening or someone from doing something).
''His plan to take over the business was blocked by the boss.''
To impede (an opponent or opponent's play).
''He blocked the basketball player's shot.''
''The offensive linemen tried to block the blitz.''
To specify the positions and movements of the actors for (a section of a play or film).
''It was very difficult to block this scene convincingly.''
To hit with a block.
To play a block shot.
''I tried to send you a message, but you've blocked me!''
To bar (a message or communication), or bar connection with (an online account or service, a designated telephone number, IP address, etc.).
''When the condition expression is false, the thread blocks on the condition variable.''
2014, Richard Blewett, Andrew Clymer, ''Pro Asynchronous Programming with .NET'' (page 25)
- Post is a “fire and forget” where the UI thread work is performed asynchronously; Send is synchronous in that the call blocks until the UI thread work has been performed.
''I blocked the mittens by wetting them and pinning them to a shaped piece of cardboard.''
To shape or sketch out roughly.
''When drawing a scene, first block the main features, and then fill in the detail.''
To knock (a person's hat) down over their eyes.
to (l) (someone)
a block, a pulley
a block, a piece of data storage
a bloc (of voters or countries)