English to Hindi Dictionary barricade

barricade

आड़
definition
verb
he barricaded the door with a bureau
block or defend with an improvised barrier.
noun
Huge concrete and steel barricades were erected to prevent demonstrators from getting anywhere near the venue, while surrounding streets were completely blocked off.
an improvised barrier erected across a street or other thoroughfare to prevent or delay the movement of opposing forces.
translation of 'barricade'
मोर्चा,
मोर्चाबंदी करना,
अवरोध,
रोक,
रुकावट
verb
स्र्कना,
बाधाना
noun
बाधा,
किलेबंदी,
स्र्कावट,
आड़
example
Staff at Darwen's M65 services had to 'barricade' themselves behind closed doors during a ‘nightmare’ evening of trouble.
‘Dude, we have to 'barricade' the door,’ I said while breathing heavily.
Over time, all the couples move towards the same corner where the women 'barricade' their men.
On a major thoroughfare, a 'barricade' constructed of burning tyres sent a wall of thick, black smoke along the street.
We fought furiously, and managed to drive them outside, and were about to 'barricade' the door, when the entire building shook, and a loud explosion was heard.
There was mayhem going on on the road outside as the road repair men did their best to 'barricade' us all in whilst they patched our holes.
Soldiers used Humvees to 'barricade' the building.
At Walthamstow High School for Girls the headmistress called in the police to 'barricade' the young women in the school with police vans.
They will definitely sign something saying that they will follow the law, and they will not 'barricade' the boy or take him away or anything of this nature.
Word got through the village that the guy had been taken, and the entire village went out into the street and erected a 'barricade' .
Most of the 'barricades' erected by militant supporters of Aristide were removed and streets were empty.
The SQ swat teams are called to Kuujjuaraapik after an armed man 'barricades' himself in a building for more than 12 hours.
They 'barricaded' her in with their trolleys so she couldn't escape.
The enemy evidently knew of the their arrival time and place, erected some kind of 'barricades' , and were in position to ambush the convoys.
As with any structure, only vigilance, guards, and 'barricades' could prevent such attacks.
In Caketown, these include a brittle suburbanite Bruce calls The Matriarch, who has 'barricaded' herself into her house out of fear of a deadly airborne virus.
Voters in Baghdad will have to reach the polls on foot because 'barricades' set up to prevent attacks on the polls and car-bombs also block peaceful traffic.
I went back into the building and 'barricaded' the door with a vending machine.
Despite This Day withdrawing the article and apologising, protestors burned down their offices, 'barricaded' the streets with burning tyres, and began looting and burning homes and businesses.
The bill also grants the army authority to enter buildings without a warrant, cordon off areas, erect 'barricades' and stop vehicles to search them without a warrant.
Some time in 1891, police 'barricaded' a quiet street in Handsworth and raided the home of a Mr Cavargna, a soft-spoken insurance agent, aged 55.
Those who erected 'barricades' were more intent on securing the sympathy of opposition politicians for immediate objectives than taking charge of government.
When several protesters managed to scale 'barricades' and force their way into the lobby, police responded with a blanket of pepper-spray and quickly arrested nearly a dozen protesters.
The court heard that, once inside, the defendant shut the front door, 'barricaded' himself in, said he had a 12 bore shotgun and threatened to kill everyone there if they tried to enter.
Police 'barricaded' the streets in front of the courthouse.
Management had previously tried to remove its machinery during the night of July 15, but was prevented from doing so by 'barricades' erected by workers.
Meanwhile, in the town of Leeds, police erect 'barricades' and evacuate residents in a search for more clues.
I understand that she was almost 'barricaded' into her home based upon perceived fear by [the patient] that she would be victimised or harassed.
Below Houston, each street into Soho was 'barricaded' and manned by huddles of cops.
It really 'barricaded' me into the closet for a longer time than I should have been.
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