obstruct definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To block or fill (a passage) with hurdles or an obstacle. See Synonyms at block.
    • To hinder, retard, or hinder; hinder: obstructed my development. See Synonyms at hinder1.
    • to have when it comes to to be able to cover from picture.
    • To stop up; to avoid up or near, as a way or passageway; to position an obstacle in, or fill with hurdles or impediments that prevent or hinder passing
    • is, or come, in the form of; to hinder from moving; to avoid; to hinder; to retard
  • verb:
    • To block or fill (a passage) with hurdles or an obstacle. See Synonyms at block.
    • To hinder, retard, or interfere with; hinder: obstructed my development.
    • for in the form of to be able to cover from sight.
    • impede or avoid the development or accomplishment of
    • shut out from view or block off the road to be able to hide from sight
    • block passage through
  • others:
    • To stop up; end up or near, as an easy way or passageway; fill with hurdles or impediments that counter moving.
    • To hinder from passing; stop; impede by any means; check.
    • To retard; interrupt; wait: as, progress is often obstructed by difficulties, though maybe not totally ended.
    • Synonyms To club, barricade, blockade, arrest, clog, choke, dam up, embarrass, See obstacle.
  • noun:
    • An obstruction.

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