blocage

noun blo·cage \blōˈkäzh, -äj\

Definition of blocage

plural

-s

  1. :  rough cheap masonry usually with a facing built up of irregular usually small stones laid in mortar

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Origin and Etymology of blocage

French, from bloc block + -age


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