Detailed Translations for block from English to Dutch


to block verb (blocks, blocked, blocking)

  1. to block (obstruct; jam)
    blokkeren; stremmen
    • blokkeren verb (blokkeer, blokkeert, blokkeerde, blokkeerden, geblokkeerd)
    • stremmen verb (strem, stremt, stremde, stremden, gestremd)
  2. to block (make impossible; hinder; hamper; thwart)
    storen; hinderen; onmogelijk maken
  3. to block (barricade; obstruct; bar)
    barricaderen; versperren
    • barricaderen verb (barricadeer, barricadeert, barricadeerde, barricadeerden, gebarricadeerd)
    • versperren verb (versper, verspert, versperde, versperden, versperd)
  4. to block
    – To prevent another user from initiating a conversation and from viewing your presence or other information, such as your personal information. 1
    • blokkeren verb (blokkeer, blokkeert, blokkeerde, blokkeerden, geblokkeerd)

Conjugations for block:

  1. block
  2. block
  3. blocks
  4. block
  5. block
  6. block
simple past
  1. blocked
  2. blocked
  3. blocked
  4. blocked
  5. blocked
  6. blocked
present perfect
  1. have blocked
  2. have blocked
  3. has blocked
  4. have blocked
  5. have blocked
  6. have blocked
past continuous
  1. was blocking
  2. were blocking
  3. was blocking
  4. were blocking
  5. were blocking
  6. were blocking
  1. shall block
  2. will block
  3. will block
  4. shall block
  5. will block
  6. will block
continuous present
  1. am blocking
  2. are blocking
  3. is blocking
  4. are blocking
  5. are blocking
  6. are blocking
  1. be blocked
  2. be blocked
  3. be blocked
  4. be blocked
  5. be blocked
  6. be blocked
  1. block!
  2. let's block!
  3. blocked
  4. blocking
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

block [the ~] noun

  1. the block (hindrance; impediment; obstruction; )
    de bemoeilijking; de hinder
  2. the block (brain-pan; brain)
    de harses

Translation Matrix for block:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bemoeilijking block; hindrance; impediment; obstacle; obstruction; stonewalling; thwarting; trouble
harses block; brain; brain-pan
hinder block; hindrance; impediment; obstacle; obstruction; stonewalling; thwarting; trouble bother; difficulty; hindrance; impediment; inconvenience; load; nuisance; obstacle; trouble; weight
- auction block; block-level element; blockage; blocking; city block; closure; cube; cylinder block; engine block; mental block; occlusion; pulley; pulley block; pulley-block; stop; stoppage
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
barricaderen bar; barricade; block; obstruct
blokkeren block; jam; obstruct
hinderen block; hamper; hinder; make impossible; thwart hamper; hinder; impede; make it difficult; make it hard
onmogelijk maken block; hamper; hinder; make impossible; thwart hamper; hinder; impede; make impossible
storen block; hamper; hinder; make impossible; thwart annoy; bother; disturb; hamper; hinder; impede; interrupt
stremmen block; jam; obstruct coagulate; set; solidify
versperren bar; barricade; block; obstruct
- bar; barricade; blank out; block off; block up; blockade; choke up; close up; deflect; draw a blank; embarrass; forget; freeze; halt; hinder; immobilise; immobilize; impede; jam; kibosh; lug; obstruct; obturate; occlude; parry; stop; stuff; stymie; stymy
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- bank up; clump; dam; row of houses; scaffold; stem

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Related Definitions for "block":

  1. the act of obstructing or deflecting someone's movements2
  2. a platform from which an auctioneer sells2
    • they put their paintings on the block2
  3. a solid piece of something (usually having flat rectangular sides)2
    • the pyramids were built with large stone blocks2
  4. housing in a large building that is divided into separate units2
    • there is a block of classrooms in the west wing2
  5. an obstruction in a pipe or tube2
  6. a metal casting containing the cylinders and cooling ducts of an engine2
    • the engine had to be replaced because the block was cracked2
  7. a simple machine consisting of a wheel with a groove in which a rope can run to change the direction or point of application of a force applied to the rope2
  8. an inability to remember or think of something you normally can do; often caused by emotional tension2
    • I knew his name perfectly well but I had a temporary block2
  9. a number or quantity of related things dealt with as a unit2
    • he reserved a large block of seats2
    • he held a large block of the company's stock2
  10. a rectangular area in a city surrounded by streets and usually containing several buildings2
    • he lives in the next block2
  11. (computer science) a sector or group of sectors that function as the smallest data unit permitted2
    • since blocks are often defined as a single sector, the terms `block' and `sector' are sometimes used interchangeably2
  12. a three-dimensional shape with six square or rectangular sides2
  13. prohibit the conversion or use of (assets)2
  14. shape into a block or blocks2
    • block the graphs so one can see the results clearly2
  15. shape by using a block2
    • block a garment2
  16. be unable to remember2
    • You are blocking the name of your first wife!2
  17. interfere with or prevent the reception of signals2
    • block the signals emitted by this station2
  18. impede the movement of (an opponent or a ball)2
    • block an attack2
  19. support, secure, or raise with a block2
    • block a plate for printing2
    • block the wheels of a car2
  20. block passage through2
  21. render unsuitable for passage2
    • block the way2
  22. obstruct2
    • Her arteries are blocked2
  23. stamp or emboss a title or design on a book with a block2
    • block the book cover2
  24. shut out from view or get in the way so as to hide from sight2
    • The thick curtain blocked the action on the stage2
  25. interrupt the normal function of by means of anesthesia2
    • block a nerve2
    • block a muscle2
  26. run on a block system2
    • block trains2
  27. hinder or prevent the progress or accomplishment of2
    • His brother blocked him at every turn2
  28. stop from happening or developing2
  29. To prevent another user from initiating a conversation and from viewing your presence or other information, such as your personal information.1
  30. A Transact-SQL statement enclosed by BEGIN and END.1
  31. An HTML element that, in general, begins a new line. A block-level element may include other block-level elements or inline elements.1

Wiktionary Translations for block:

  1. impeding action
  2. to prevent an action
  3. to prevent passing
  4. to fill
  1. something that prevents passing
  2. set of paper sheets
  3. slang:human head
    • blockkop
  4. distance from one street to another
  5. group of buildings demarcated by streets
  6. chopping block; cuboid base for cutting
  7. substantial piece
  1. de toe- of doorgang versperren
  2. iets zodanig zetten...

Cross Translation:
block blok Klotz — ursprünglich hölzerner kantiger großer Gegenstand
block doorhalen; doorstrepen; een streep halen door; schrappen; afdammen; afsluiten; belemmeren; stuwen; versperren barrerfermer avec une barre par-derrière.
block massa; blok blocmasse, gros morceau d’une matière pesante et dure, telle que la pierre, le marbre, le fer non encore travailler.
block blokkeren bloquerréunir en bloc.
block dichten; dichtmaken; stoppen; toestoppen; verstoppen; volstoppen boucher — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
block pastei pâté — (vieilli) pâtisserie qui renfermer de la viande ou du poisson haché.
block huizenblok pâté de maisons — (urban) Petit groupe de maisons ou d’autres bâtiments, délimité par une ou plusieurs voiries, ou d’autres éléments urbanistiques.

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