Phrasal Verb 'Block'

We have 7 phrasal verb definitions related to 'Block'.

Block in

Meaning: Park a car and obstruct another car

Example: I couldn't drive here this morning because someone had BLOCKED me IN.

Block in

Meaning: Shade or fill in

Example: He BLOCKED IN the events in his calendar.

Block off

Meaning: Obstruct an exit to prevent people from leaving

Example: The police BLOCKED OFF the road after the murder.

Block off

Meaning: Book or earmark a period of time

Example: They BLOCKED OFF a week to decorate my house.

Block out

Meaning: Stop light from entering or leaving

Example: The trees BLOCK the sun OUT most of the day.

Block out

Meaning: Try not think about or feel something because it is upsetting or painful

Example: It was so unpleasant that I try to BLOCK it OUT- otherwise, I'd just be angry all the time.

Block up

Meaning: Fill a space so that nothing can pass

Example: The pipe's BLOCKED UP and no water gets through.