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traffic

noun /ˈtrӕfik/
vehicles, aircraft, ships etc moving about
circulation, trafic
There’s a lot of traffic on the roads / on the river.
trade, especially illegal or dishonest
trafic
the traffic in illegal drugs.
trafficker noun a usually illegal or dishonest dealer
trafiquant/-ante
a trafficker in drugs.
traffic island a small pavement in the middle of a road, for pedestrians to stand on on their way across. traffic jam a situation in which large numbers of road vehicles are prevented from proceeding freely
embouteillage
We got stuck in a traffic jam for ages.
traffic lights lights of changing colours for controlling traffic at road crossings etc
feux (de circulation)
Turn left at the traffic lights.
(Definition of traffic from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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