英 [ˌbærɪˈkeɪd] 美 [ˈbærɪkeɪd]
第三人称单数： barricades 复数： barricades 现在分词： barricading 过去式： barricaded 过去分词： barricaded
a line of objects placed across a road, etc. to stop people from getting past
The police stormed the barricades the demonstrators had put up.
verb [VN] 设路障防护；阻挡
to defend or block sth by building a barricade
They barricaded all the doors and windows.
1.Anti-government protesters barricaded themselves inside Hong Kong Polytechnic University as police surrounded the area and began moving in after ordering people to leave.
2.Hundreds of students from a university in New Delhi who were protesting an increase in student housing costs chanted slogans and tried to cross police barricades in an effort to march on Parliament.
3.The students have barricaded themselves into their dormitory building
4.The doors had been barricaded.
5.About forty prisoners are still barricaded inside the wrecked buildings.
6.One armoured column attempted to blast a path through a barricade of buses and trucks.
7.The barricade had been not only repaired, but augmented.
8.He went to the barricade, and here he is.
9.The lorries formed a barricade across the road.
10.Your barricade is very small.