US: /ˈbæɹəˌkeɪd/, /ˈbɛɹəˌkeɪd/
UK: /bˈæɹɪkˌe‍ɪd/

English Vietnamese dictionary

barricade /,bæri'keid/
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Advanced English dictionary

noun, verb
+ noun
a line of objects placed across a road, etc. to stop people from getting past: The police stormed the barricades the demonstrators had put up. + a barricade made of doors, chairs and broken tables
+ verb [VN] to defend or block sth by building a barricade: They barricaded all the doors and windows.
Phrasal Verbs: barricade yourself in / inside (sth) to build a barricade in front of you in order to prevent anyone from coming in: He had barricaded himself in his room.

Collocation dictionary




build, construct, erect, put up, set up | form
The protesters formed a human barricade.
| dismantle, remove, take down | smash, storm
The army used tanks to storm the barricades.
| man
There were six miners manning the barricades.


behind a/the ~
fighting from behind their barricades
| over a/the ~
The two sides watched each other over the barricades.
| ~ across
a barricade across the main road
| ~ against
Students built a barricade against the police.
| ~ of
a barricade of wooden benches

Concise English dictionary

+a barrier set up by police to stop traffic on a street or road in order to catch a fugitive or inspect traffic etc.
+a barrier (usually thrown up hastily so as to impede the advance of an enemy)
+render unsuitable for passage
+prevent access to by barricading
+block off with barricades