You're at a political rally. You're standing in a crowd of people. You notice that a short woman behind you is moving around a lot because she can't see the stage.
Oh, I'm sorry. Am I blocking your view?
This is a sound that people make when they've learned something that surprises them.
Oh, you're not coming? I thought you were.
A: Excuse me, miss. We're closing in five minutes.
B: Oh, OK.
"Blocking someone's view" means putting something in the way and preventing a person from seeing something that they want to see.
For example, if you want to look out of your window and see your neighborhood, but there's a tree growing in front of the window, you can say that the tree is "blocking your view".
A person's view can be blocked by:
- a tree
- a car
- someone's body or part of their body
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