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barricader verb Conjugation
barricade / barricadai / barricadé
barricade [ˌbærɪˈkeɪd] (bloquer)
Les rebelles ont fait une barricade à travers la route.
The rebels made a barricade across the road.
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Phrases (1)

  1. se barricader - barricade oneself

Contexts

Les rebelles ont fait une barricade à travers la route. The rebels made a barricade across the road.
Cependant la princesse s'était barricadée dans sa chambre et ne voulait pas sortir. However, the princess had barricaded herself in her room and wouldn't come out.
Lorsque je me suis inquiété et que je suis aller vérifier ce qu'il faisait, on aurait dit qu'il s'était barricadé dans les toilettes du service et ne sortait pas. When I got worried and went to check on him, it looked like he'd barricaded himself in the department's toilet and wasn't coming out.

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