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- obstruct: see structure
- obstruct (v.)
- 1610s, a back-formation from obstruction or else from Latin obstructus, past participle of obstruere "to block, to stop up" (see obstruction). Related: Obstructed; obstructing.
- 1. Claire positioned herself so as not to obstruct David's line of sight.
- 2. A number of local people have been arrested for trying to obstruct lorries loaded with logs.
- 3. The defences are intended to obstruct any advance by tanks and other vehicles.
- 4. He became still more dissatisfied with it and secretly did everything in his power to obstruct it.
- 5. No difficulty can ever obstruct the advance of the Chinese people.
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