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verb [I/T]  /klɑɡ, klɔɡ/ (-gg-) us  

clog verb [I/T] (BLOCK)

to become blocked or filled so that movement or activity is slowed or stopped, or to cause this to happen: [T] During rush hour, downtown streets are clogged with commuters. [M] Too much cholesterol clogs up your arteries.


noun [C]  /klɑɡ, klɔɡ/ us  

clog noun [C] (SHOE)

a shoe with a thick, often wooden bottom and a top that covers the front of the foot, but not the heel
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