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noun [C] /ˈbæriə(r)/
  1. 1
    a bar or gate that stops people or vehicles from entering a place 栅栏;障碍物

    Fans broke through the barriers and rushed onto the pitch. 球迷冲破护栏闯进球场。

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    Fences and boundaries: abuttals, balustrade, barbed wire...
    1. a.
      something that separates one thing from another 屏障

      The river is the last barrier between the rebel army and the city. 这条河是阻挡叛军进入城市的最后一道屏障。

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  2. 2
    anything that prevents progress or makes it difficult for someone to achieve something 障碍

    These regulations would place barriers in the way of genetic research. 这些规定会为遗传学的研究设置障碍。

    barrier to :

    Disability need not be a barrier to a successful career. 残疾不应该成为事业成功的障碍。

    High levels of debt are a major barrier to economic development. 高额负债是经济发展的主要障碍。

     Synonyms and related words
    Things that make things difficult: problem, obstacle, complication...
    1. a.
      something that prevents people from communicating, working together etc (阻止人们交流、合作等的)隔阂,界线

      Language differences did not appear to be a barrier. 语言差异看来不是隔阂。

      cultural barriers 文化隔阂

      break down barriers :

      We're trying to break down barriers between young people from both communities. 我们正试图消除两个不同社区的年轻人之间的隔阂。

       Synonyms and related words
      Things that make things difficult: problem, obstacle, complication...
    2. b.
      a number, limit, or level that is considered important because it is difficult to go past (数字、限度、水平等的)关口,难关
      go through/break a barrier :

      the day the stock market broke the 10,000 barrier 股市突破10,000点大关那天

      The figure for inflation could go through the 5 per cent barrier. 通货膨胀率可能会超过5%。

       Synonyms and related words
      Limits, controls and ranges: red line, limit, constraint...


1fence/gate柵欄;門ADJECTIVE | VERB + BARRIER | PREPOSITION ADJECTIVEphysical有形的障礙crash, crush, flood, police, protective, safety, security, ticket (BrE) (公路)防撞護欄;防擠欄杆;防洪屏障;警察檢查線;保護隔欄;安全護欄;檢票閘concrete混凝土屏障sound (figurative) 音障the first plane to break the sound barrier首架突破音障的飛機VERB + BARRIERbuild, erect, install修建柵欄;安設柵欄jump跳過隔欄break through衝破隔欄The crowd managed to break through the barriers.人群設法衝破護欄。PREPOSITIONat a/the barrier在柵欄處Please show your ticket at the barrier. (BrE) 請在檢票口出示您的票。behind a/the barrier在隔欄後The police waited behind the barriers.警察在隔欄後等待。through a/the barrier通過護欄There was a slow trickle of people through the barriers.時而有人穿越護欄。


2thing that causes problems引起麻煩之事ADJECTIVE | VERB + BARRIER | PREPOSITION ADJECTIVEeffective, formidable, major有效的/難以克服的/主要的壁壘class, colour/color, cultural, institutional, language, racial, trade階級隔閡;膚色隔閡;文化壁壘;制度造成的隔閡;語言障礙;種族隔閡;貿易壁壘invisible無形的障礙artificial人為的障礙impenetrable, insurmountable不可逾越的壁壘VERB + BARRIERbuild, create, erect, put up, set up設置障礙;形成阻力;構成障礙The old laws created barriers to free trade.舊法律成為自由貿易的障礙。break, break down, eliminate, lift, lower, reduce, remove打破壁壘;減少阻力;消除障礙identify發現障礙cross跨越障礙They believe that music can cross any barriers.他們相信音樂可以跨越任何障礙。be faced with, encounter, face遭遇障礙;面對阻力overcome, transcend克服/超越障礙PREPOSITIONbarrier against針對⋯的阻礙The country has set up barriers against imports.這個國家設立了進口壁壘。barrier between⋯之間的壁壘a class barrier between the two families兩個家庭之間的階層隔閡barrier to⋯的障礙a formidable barrier to communication嚴重的溝通障礙


3physical object that prevents sb/sth passing防止穿越的阻隔物ADJECTIVE | VERB + BARRIER | PREPOSITION ADJECTIVEimpassable, impenetrable無法穿越的障礙natural自然屏障VERB + BARRIERform形成屏障PREPOSITIONbarrier between⋯之間的屏障The mountains form a natural barrier between the two countries.這條山脈是分隔兩國的天然屏障。
barrier noun
barrier (Show your ticket at the barrier.) obstacle (a psychological barrier to success)


barrier ♦︎ barricade ♦︎ obstacle ♦︎ roadblock ♦︎ obstruction ♦︎ hurdleThese are all words for an object that blocks a road, path, entrance, etc. and stops people from getting past. 这些词均表示障碍物。PATTERNS AND COLLOCATIONS 句型和搭配behind a barrier / barricadeover a barricade / hurdleat / through a barrier / roadblocka physical barrier / obstacle / obstructiona police barrier / barricade / roadblockto erect / set up a barrier / barricade / roadblocksth forms a barrier / a barricade / an obstacleto clear a barricade / an obstacle / an obstruction / a hurdleto hit a barrier / an obstacle / an obstruction / a hurdleto remove a barricade / a roadblock / an obstruction barrier [countable] an object like a fence across a path or entrance that stops people from getting past 屏障;障碍物The crowd had to stand behind barriers.人群只好站在障碍物后面。Show your ticket at the barrier.请在验票处出示票据。Crash barriers were erected along the roads to be used for the race.沿路建起了防撞护栏,以备赛车之用。 see also bar block verb 3 barricade ˌbærɪˈkeɪd [countable] a line of objects placed across a road, path, etc. to stop people from getting past, especially as part of a protest (尤指抗议时筑起的)路障,街垒The police stormed the barricades the demonstrators had put up.警方冲破了示威者筑起的街垒。The protesters formed a human barricade.抗议者筑成了一道人墙。 see also barricade block verb 3 obstacle ˈɒbstəkl; NAmE ˈɑːbstəkl [countable] an object that is in your way and makes it difficult for you to get past; a fence for a horse to jump over in showjumping 障碍物;(障碍赛马中的)障碍栅栏The area was full of streams and bogs and other natural obstacles.此地遍布溪流、泥沼和其他天然障碍。This huge open ditch forms the biggest obstacle on the course.这条巨大的明沟成为途中最大的障碍。 roadblock ˈrəʊdblɒk; NAmE ˈroʊdblɑːk [countable] a barrier put across a road by the police or army so that they can stop and search vehicles (警方或军方设立的)路障They were stopped at an army roadblock leaving the city.他们出城时在军方设的路障前被拦住了。 obstruction əbˈstrʌkʃn [countable] (written) something that blocks a road, an entrance, etc. 路障;障碍;障碍物The train driver receives a warning if there's an obstruction on the line ahead.如果前方铁轨上有障碍物,火车司机会接到警示。 see also obstruct block verb 3 hurdle [countable] each of a series of upright frames that a person or horse jumps over in a race (供人或马在赛跑中跨越的)栏架,跨栏She cleared the first hurdle (= jumped over it without hitting it) in the lead.她率先跨过第一个栏架。 see also hurdle jump 1

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