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There’s a flat available in the block where I live.
an apartment/office/high-rise block
The whole block of flats was destroyed.
The main block of the hotel dates back to 1650.
The prison’s administration block overlooks the exercise yard.
I was early for the meeting, so I walked around the block a couple of times.
The school was only a few blocks from where she lived.
The baby was playing with wooden blocks.
It’s amazing to think that this huge statue was carved from a single block of marble.
The company buys blocks of seats from airlines, then sells them to the public.
You can move blocks of text on-screen using the mouse.
The hard disk contains a block of data known as the ‘boot’ section.
We need to find a two-hour block when we are all free for this seminar.
The issue of holiday pay was the major block in reaching an agreement.
I had a sudden block and couldn’t remember his name.
There must be a block in the pipeline.