- अवस्र्द्ध करना ⇄ block hindi
- आड़ ⇄ block hindi
- कुंदा ⇄ block hindi
- खंड ⇄ block hindi
- घिरनी ⇄ block hindi
- छपाई का ब्लाक ⇄ block hindi
- पीड़क ⇄ block hindi
- बाधा ⇄ block hindi
- भवन - समूह ⇄ block hindi
- मार्गरोध करना ⇄ block hindi
- रोक देना ⇄ block hindi
- शिलाखंद ⇄ block hindi
- संवर्ग ⇄ block hindi
- स्र्कावट ⇄ block hindi
block in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- અંતરાય ⇄ block gujarati
- એકમ તરીકે મોટી સંખ્યા કે જથ્થો ⇄ block gujarati
- કશાકનો ભારે વજનદાર કકડો ⇄ block gujarati
- છાપવા માટે કોરેલો લા કડાનો કે ધ ાતુનો કકડો ⇄ block gujarati
- ઝાડનું થડ ⇄ block gujarati
- ઢીમચું ⇄ block gujarati
- નડતર ⇄ block gujarati
- પથ્થરનો ચીરો–શિ લા ⇄ block gujarati
- બહુધા ચારે બાજુએ રસ્તાઓવાળું મકાનોનું જૂથ ⇄ block gujarati
- બ્લોક ⇄ block gujarati
- મોટી ઇમારત ⇄ block gujarati
- લાકડાનો ટોલો ⇄ block gujarati
block in Marathi मराठी
- अडथळा ⇄ block marathi
- अडवणे ⇄ block marathi
- अडविणे ⇄ block marathi
- अवरोध करणे ⇄ block marathi
- खंड ⇄ block marathi
- खंडक ⇄ block marathi
- गट ⇄ block marathi
- चित्रठसा ⇄ block marathi
- ठप्प करणे ⇄ block marathi
- ठसा ⇄ block marathi
- ठोकळा ⇄ block marathi
- थोपवणे ⇄ block marathi
- बंद पाडणे ⇄ block marathi
- बुजवणे ⇄ block marathi
- ब्लॉक ⇄ block marathi
- रोध ⇄ block marathi
block in English
- block ⇄ adj. blocklike. english
- block ⇄ block orbloc vote
1a. votes cast by proxy and equivalent to the number of persons represented.
b. vote by a group having a common interest.
2. system of voting in which such votes are cast.english
- block ⇄ block, noun, verb. english
- block ⇄ expr. block in (or out), to plan or sketch roughly without filling in the details; outline.
Ex. The artist blocked in parts of a portrait. The committee blocked out its plan.english
- block ⇄ expr. block off, to close off.
Ex. to block off a street to traffic.english
- block ⇄ expr. block up,
a. to fill up so as to prevent passage, progress, or vision.
Ex. The landslide blocked up the riverbed.
b. to raise on blocks.
Ex. to block up the chassis of the truck.english
- block ⇄ expr. blocks, a pair of supports against which a sprinter braces his feet at the start of a race.
Ex. In the final, Wilma came off the blocks a split second behind the field (Time).english
- block ⇄ expr. go to the block,
a. to go to have one's head cut off.
Ex. King Henry VIII caused two of his wives to go to the block.
b. to be for sale at an auction.
Ex. Several museums tried to buy the famous painting when it went to thenglish
- block ⇄ expr. knock (someone's) block off, (Informal.) to thrash; pummel.
Ex. ""If I catch the thief who stole my ball,"" the boy said, ""I'll knock his block off.""english
- block ⇄ expr. on the block, up for sale or auction.
Ex. His collection of paintings will go on the block tomorrow. Within 48 hours the competing evening Telegram broke the first story that the Star was on the block (Time).english
- block ⇄ noun 1a. a solid piece of wood, stone, metal, ice, or other material. A block usually has one or more flat sides.
Ex. The Pyramids are made of blocks of stone.
b. a similar, small piece of wood, stone, plastic, or rubber used (usually in setenglish
- block ⇄ v.i. to act in opposition to an opponent, as in baseball, boxing, and football. english
- block ⇄ v.t. 1a. to fill up so as to prevent passage or progress.
Ex. The country roads were blocked with snow.
(SYN) bar, blockade.
b. (Figurative.) to put things in the way of; hinder; obstruct.
Ex. Mother's illness blocked my plans fenglish