副词:obstructively 形容词:obstructive 名词:obstructer 动词过去式:obstructed 过去分词:obstructed 现在分词:obstructing 第三人称单数:obstructs
(a) [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sth (with sth) be or get in the way of (sb/sth); block (a road, passage, etc) 阻碍, 阻挡（某人[某事物]）; 遮断, 阻塞（道路、通道等）
*Tall trees obstructed his view of the road. 有大树遮挡着, 他看不见道路.
* He was charged with obstructing the highway. 他因阻碍公路交通而受控告.
(b) [Tn] deliberately prevent (sb/sth) from making progress; put difficulties in the way of (sb/sth) （故意）妨碍（某人[某事物]）; 在（某人[某事物]）的途中设置障碍
*obstruct the police in the course of their duty 妨碍警方执行任务
* obstruct a player on the football field 在足球场上阻挡球员
* obstruct the passage of a bill through Parliament, ie try to prevent a law being passed 阻碍议会通过某法案.
1600-1700; Language: Latin;Origin:
, past participle of obstruere 'to build in the way'
to block a road, passage etc
= block A small aircraft was obstructing the runway. The column obstructed our view of the stage.
to prevent someone from doing something or something from happening, by making it difficult
= block The group is trying to obstruct the peace process. He was fined for obstructing the work of the police.