A block это:

A block
пустотелый бетонный стеновой блок [камень] с двумя ячейками (одной замкнутой и другой открытой с торца)

Англо-русский строительный словарь. 2013.

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  • A block of shares — Block Block (bl[o^]k), n. [OE. blok; cf. F. bloc (fr. OHG.), D. & Dan. blok, Sw. & G. block, OHG. bloch. There is also an OHG. bloch, biloh; bi by + the same root as that of E. lock. Cf. {Block}, v. t., {Blockade}, and see {Lock}.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • A Block diagram Language — (ABL) is the graphic companion language of the textual hardware description language KARL, which supports Structured hardware design. It has been authored by Reiner Hartenstein and jointly implemented by the Xputer Lab at TU Kaiserslautern and… …   Wikipedia

  • Chock-A-Block — Genre Children s Created by Michael Cole Presented by …   Wikipedia

  • Bruce A. Block — is a film producer, author and visual consultant whose career spans 30+ years. Block attended Lincoln College [ [http://www.lincolncollege.edu/pr/040507producer.htm Hollywood Film Producer to Visit Alma Mater Lincoln College] ] in Lincoln,… …   Wikipedia

  • chock-a-block — or chock·a·block (chŏkʹə blŏk ) adj. 1. Squeezed together; jammed: The cheering fans were chock a block in the stands. 2. Completely filled; stuffed: “I recommend the north shore chowder, chockablock with pieces of seasonal fish” (Charles… …   Universalium

  • chock-a-block — [ˌtʃɔk ə ˈblɔk US ˈtʃa:k ə ˌbla:k] adj [not before noun] BrE [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: chock a block with the wooden blocks of a tackle (= ropes for lifting) touching each other, so that no more can be lifted (1800 1900), from chock on block;… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • chock-a-block — adjective not usually before noun INFORMAL very full, so that there is not much room for anything or anyone else: chock a block with: It s an area that s chock a block with tourists …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Cheeks of a block — Cheek Cheek (ch[=e]k), n. [OE. cheke, cheoke, AS. ce[ a]ce, ce[ o]ce; cf. Goth. kukjan to kiss, D. kaak cheek; perh. akin to E. chew, jaw.] 1. The side of the face below the eye. [1913 Webster] 2. The cheek bone. [Obs.] Caucer. [1913 Webster] 3.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • chock-a-block — [[t]tʃɒ̱k ə blɒ̱k[/t]] ADJ: v link ADJ, oft ADJ with n A place that is chock a block is very full of people, things, or vehicles. [INFORMAL] The small roads are chock a block with traffic. Syn: packed …   English dictionary

  • chock-a-block — adjective informal, chiefly Brit. crammed full. Origin C19 (orig. in naut. use, with ref. to tackle having the two blocks run close together): from chock (in chock full) and block …   English new terms dictionary

  • Chock a block — full to the point one can fill no more; crowded to over flowing; in a jammed or crowded condition …   Dictionary of Australian slang


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