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stop-and-go

adjective uk   /ˌstɒp.ənˈɡəʊ/ us    /ˌstɑːp.ənˈɡoʊ/ US
A stop-and-go activity is one in which there are short periods of movement with regular interruptions: stop-and-go traffic on city streets
Translations of “stop-and-go”
in Chinese (Traditional) 時行時止的,走走停停的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 时行时止的,走走停停的…
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