[an'blok] vt. hap, liroj, çbllokoj
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  • unblock — un|block [ ʌn blak ] verb transitive 1. ) to remove something that is blocking a pipe, tube, etc.: Can you unblock the sink? 2. ) MAINLY JOURNALISM to make it possible for a process to start again after it has stopped: This new concession could… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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