- n. 弹幕；阻塞；齐射式攻击；[水利] 拦河坝
- vt. 以密集炮火进攻
- vi. 以密集火力阻击
- n. (Barrage)人名；(阿拉伯)巴拉杰
- barrage: see bar
- barrage (n.)
- 1859, "action of barring; man-made barrier in a stream," from French barrer "to stop," from barre "bar," from Old French barre (see bar (n.1)). Artillery sense is 1916, from World War I French phrase tir de barrage "barrier fire" intended to isolate the objective. As a verb by 1917. Related: Barraged; barraging.
- 1. The council is standing firm against the barrage of protest.
- 2. This sounds like a barrage of accusation—I don'tintend it to be.
- 3. A barrage would halt the flow upstream and lift the water level.
- 4. The attack jumped off under cover of a barrage.
- 5. The film star faced a barrage of criticism for his behaviour.
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