English - Vietnamese Dictionary
cordon /'kɔ:dn/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- dãy đồn bốt; hàng rào cảnh sát
- hàng rào vệ sinh (để ngăn khu vực có bệnh dịch) ((cũng) sanitary cordon)
- dây kim tuyến (đeo ở vai...)
cordons|cordoned|cordoning'kɔːdnAdvanced English Dictionary
+cord or ribbon worn as an insignia of honor or rank
+adornment consisting of an ornamental ribbon or cord
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
a line or ring of police officers, soldiers, etc. guarding sth or stopping people from entering or leaving a place: Demonstrators tried to break through the police cordon.
Phrasal Verbs: cordon sth<->off to stop people from getting into an area by surrounding it with police, soldiers, etc: Police cordoned off the area until the bomb was made safe.
tight | police, security
VERB + CORDON
Police officers threw a cordon around his car to protect him.
| break through
The crowd managed to break through the police cordon.
CORDON + VERB
A police cordon prevented the marchers from entering the main square.
There is a tight security cordon around the area.
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