- a war measure that isolates some area of importance to the enemy
- prevents access or progress
- The blockade by Britain and the other allies was very successful.
- Thanks for understanding the drama of my homeland, which is, like Pablo Neruda would say, a silent Vietnam; there aren't occupation troops, nor powerful planes clouding the clean skies of my land, but we're under financial blockade, but we have no credits, but we can't buy spare parts, but we have no means to buy foods and we need medicines...
- Discussion of the specific advantages: cholinesterase inhibitor, essential for reversal of neuromuscular blockade.
- See Commission Decision 96/148/EC of 26 July 1995 on the measures decided by France as a result of the blockade of the French road network in 1992 (OJ L 34 of 13/02/1996 p. 38).