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has gloss(noun) the act of obstructing or deflecting someone's movements
block, blocking
has glosseng: In American football, blocking is a legal move occurring when one player obstructs another player's path with his body. The purpose of blocking is to prevent defensive players tackling the ball carrier, or to protect the quarterback while attempting to pass or hand-off the ball. Offensive linemen and fullbacks tend to do the most blocking, although wide receivers are often asked to help block on running plays and halfbacks may be asked to help block on passing plays.
lexicalizationeng: blocking
lexicalizationeng: block
subclass of(noun) getting in someone's way
obstruction
has subclass(noun) (fencing) blocking a lunge or deflecting it with a circular motion of the sword
parry
has subclass(noun) (American football) blocking a player's path with your body; "he ran interference for the quarterback"
interference
has subclass(noun) (American football) an illegal block
trap block
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Asturian
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Catalan
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Czech
lexicalizationces: blokace
lexicalizationces: zahrazení
lexicalizationces: zatarasení
Mandarin Chinese
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German
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Basque
lexicalizationeus: blokeo
Finnish
lexicalizationfin: blokkaus
French
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Galician
lexicalizationglg: bloqueo
Croatian
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Italian
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Korean
lexicalizationkor: 블로킹하기
lexicalizationkor: 블로킹
lexicalizationkor: 오리대
lexicalizationkor: 저지 현상
Macedonian
lexicalizationmkd: блокирање
Occitan (post 1500)
lexicalizationoci: blocatge
Castilian
has glossspa: En el fútbol americano, un bloqueo es un movimiento legal, el cual ocurre cuando un jugador obstruye el camino de otro con su cuerpo.
lexicalizationspa: bloqueo
Turkish
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