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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
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