barred


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barred

 (bärd)
adj.
Marked with bars or stripes: barred prison cells; barred plumage on a bird.

barred

(bɑrd)

adj.
1. provided with one or more bars: a barred prison window.
2. striped; streaked: barred fabrics.
3. (of feathers) marked with transverse bands of distinctive color.
[1300–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.barred - preventing entry or exit or a course of actionbarred - preventing entry or exit or a course of action; "a barricaded street"; "barred doors"; "the blockaded harbor"
obstructed - shut off to passage or view or hindered from action; "a partially obstructed passageway"; "an obstructed view"; "justice obstructed is not justice"
2.barred - marked with stripes or bandsbarred - marked with stripes or bands  
marked - having or as if having an identifying mark or a mark as specified; often used in combination; "played with marked cards"; "a scar-marked face"; "well-marked roads"
Translations

barred

[bɑːʳd] ADJ [window etc] → enrejado, con reja

barred

[ˈbærd] adj [door] → barricadé(e)

barred

adj
suf five-barred gateWeidengatter nt(mit fünf Querbalken)
barred windowGitterfenster nt
References in classic literature ?
It was nursery first and then playroom and gymnasium, I should judge; for the windows are barred for little children, and there are rings and things in the walls.
Immediately on his death, the shop-door had been locked, bolted, and barred, and, down to the period of our story, had probably never once been opened.
But an extraordinary impression dropped on me as I extracted a meaning from the boy's embarrassed back-- none other than the impression that I was not barred now.
which, barred with various tints, seemed like the Andes' western slope, to show forth in one array, contrasting climates, zone by zone.