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Du latin obstructum.

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obstruct \Prononciation ?\

  1. Mettre obstacle à, empêcher.
    • Troops along the southern border were obstructed at Al-Tanf, a crucial crossing into Iraq. — (John Foster, Oil and World Politics, 2018, page 80)
  2. Obstruer, barrer.
    • After the storm, the fallen trees were obstructing the road.

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  • Impede (dans le sens, mettre obstacle à).

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  • Royaume-Uni (Sud de l'Angleterre) : écouter « obstruct [Prononciation ?] »