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clog

verb [I or T] uk   /klɒɡ/  us   /klɑːɡ/ (-gg-)
to (cause something to) become blocked or filled so that movement or activity is difficult: The roads are clogged with holiday traffic. Eating too much fat causes your arteries to clog (up). Leaves are clogging (up) the drain.
clogged
adjective uk   /klɒɡd/  us   /klɑːɡd/
blocked: clogged pipes

clog

noun [C usually plural] uk   /klɒɡ/  us   /klɑːɡ/
a type of shoe made of wood, or with the top part made of leather and the bottom part of wood
Translations of “clog”
in Arabic يَنسَدّ…
in Korean 막다…
in Malaysian trsumbat…
in French boucher, bloquer…
in Turkish tıkamak, tıkanmak…
in Italian bloccare, ostruire, intasare…
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)阻塞,(使)堵塞, 塞上…
in Russian засорять, забивать…
in Polish zapychać (się)…
in Vietnamese bị bít kín…
in Spanish obstruir, atascar…
in Portuguese entupir, entupir-se, emperrar…
in Thai อุดตัน…
in German verstopfen…
in Catalan obstruir(-se), embossar(-se)…
in Japanese 詰まる…
in Indonesian menyumbat…
in Chinese (Simplified) (使)阻塞,(使)堵塞, 塞上…
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