Definition of blockage in English:

blockage

Line breaks: block|age
Pronunciation: /ˈblɒkɪdʒ
 
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noun

An obstruction which makes movement or flow difficult or impossible: a blockage in the pipes [mass noun]: the pumps are prone to blockage
More example sentences
  • The special coating helps improve the blood flow and prevents blockages or blood clots, which can lead to potentially dangerous infections.
  • Negative emotions produce blockages in the energy flow, which results in illness.
  • With a heart attack, a blockage causes the flow of blood into the heart to stop.
Synonyms
obstruction, stoppage, block, clot, occlusion; impediment, hindrance; congestion

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