לְסַכֵּל, לְסָרֵב לְהִתְקַדֵם, לָשִׂים מִכְשׁוֹלמִכשׁוֹל, מְנִיעָה, מַעצוֹר
Noun(1) the area on a billiard table behind the balkline(2) something immaterial that interferes with or delays action or progress(3) one of several parallel sloping beams that support a roof(4) an illegal pitching motion while runners are on base
Verb(1) refuse to comply
(1) the utmost of his influence will be invoked to balk the law(2) a balk of timber(3) he raised every objection he could to balk this plan(4) any gardener will at first balk at enclosing the garden(5) it's got to be done, so why balk it?(6) Obviously, he was upset he balked the run in, but I think he lost his composure and I'm sure he'd say the same thing.(7) He had poor control and even balked while trying to warm his hands with a runner on third.(8) To top it all of, he balked in a run with the bases loaded, capping a three-run rally.
(1) balk at :: בוחל
1. baulk ::
2. rafter ::
4. impede ::
5. jib ::
balk, balkan, balkans, balked, balking, balks, balky
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