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Detailed Translations for barricade from English to French


barricade [the ~] nom

  1. the barricade
    la clôture; le barrage; la barricade
  2. the barricade (blockade; roadblock)
    la barricade

to barricade verbe (barricades, barricaded, barricading)

  1. to barricade (block; obstruct; bar)
    bloquer; obstruer; barrer; entraver; barricader
    • bloquer verbe (bloque, bloques, bloquons, bloquez, )
    • obstruer verbe (obstrue, obstrues, obstruons, obstruez, )
    • barrer verbe (barre, barres, barrons, barrez, )
    • entraver verbe (entrave, entraves, entravons, entravez, )
    • barricader verbe (barricade, barricades, barricadons, barricadez, )

Conjugations for barricade:

  1. barricade
  2. barricade
  3. barricades
  4. barricade
  5. barricade
  6. barricade
simple past
  1. barricaded
  2. barricaded
  3. barricaded
  4. barricaded
  5. barricaded
  6. barricaded
present perfect
  1. have barricaded
  2. have barricaded
  3. has barricaded
  4. have barricaded
  5. have barricaded
  6. have barricaded
past continuous
  1. was barricading
  2. were barricading
  3. was barricading
  4. were barricading
  5. were barricading
  6. were barricading
  1. shall barricade
  2. will barricade
  3. will barricade
  4. shall barricade
  5. will barricade
  6. will barricade
continuous present
  1. am barricading
  2. are barricading
  3. is barricading
  4. are barricading
  5. are barricading
  6. are barricading
  1. be barricaded
  2. be barricaded
  3. be barricaded
  4. be barricaded
  5. be barricaded
  6. be barricaded
  1. barricade!
  2. let's barricade!
  3. barricaded
  4. barricading
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for barricade:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
barrage barricade barrage; barrier; close-down; closing; dam; dike; dyke; embankment; locking; partition; shutting; weir
barricade barricade; blockade; roadblock bar; barrier; roadblock
clôture barricade barrier; close-down; closing; concluding observations; concluding remarks; conclusion; end; ending; fence; fence in; fence off; fencing; grate; hoarding; hurdle; in conclusion; lattice; lattice-works; locking; partition; screen; shutting; sive; termination; trellis work; wall; wooded bank
- roadblock
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
barrer bar; barricade; block; obstruct beat against the wind; block; blot out; clearly define; conclude; confine; cross; dam; define; demarcate; embank; encapsulate; enclose; end; envelope; fence; fence in; fence off; finish; hinder; jam; limit; map out; mark out; navigate; obstruct; oppose; outline; prevent; restrict; sabotage; sail against the wind; stem; stop; tack; thwart; trace out; upset
barricader bar; barricade; block; obstruct
bloquer bar; barricade; block; obstruct block; bother; bring to a halt; bring to a standstill; force into the kerb; halt; hamper; hinder; impede; jam; lay flat; obstruct; put to a stop; stem; stonewall; stop
entraver bar; barricade; block; obstruct block; bother; hamper; hinder; impede; keep from; make impossible; obstruct; prevent; stonewall; thwart
obstruer bar; barricade; block; obstruct bother; hamper; hinder; impede; obstruct; stonewall
- bar; barricado; block; block off; block up; blockade; stop

Related Words for "barricade":

  • barricading, barricades

Synonyms for "barricade":

Related Definitions for "barricade":

  1. a barrier (usually thrown up hastily) to impede the advance of an enemy1
    • they stormed the barricade1
  2. a barrier set up by police to stop traffic on a street or road in order to catch a fugitive or inspect traffic etc.1
  3. block off with barricades1
  4. prevent access to by barricading1
    • The street where the President lives is always barricaded1
  5. render unsuitable for passage1
    • barricade the streets1

Wiktionary Translations for barricade:

  1. to close or block a road etc., using a barricade
  1. a barrier constructed across a road, especially as a military defence
  1. retranchement qu’on fait avec des barriques remplies de terre ou avec des pieux, des chaînes, des pavés, etc. pour se défendre, pour se mettre à couvert de l’ennemi.
  1. fermer, obstruer par une barricade.

Cross Translation:
barricade barricade Barrikade — ein Schutzwall im Straßenkampf, der aus Gegenständen des alltäglichen Lebens meist improvisiert zusammengestellt wird

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