Bedeutung von “clog” — Learner’s Dictionary

clog

verb [ I, T ] us uk /klɒɡ/ present participle clogging, past tense and past participle clogged also clog up

to fill something so that nothing can pass through it, or to be filled in this way:

[ often passive ] The plughole was clogged with hair.
If you eat too much fat, your arteries will clog up.

(Definition von “clog” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)