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snarled up

adjective   UK ( US usually snarled)
describes a long line of traffic that is unable to travel forward because something is blocking the road 交通堵塞的 The traffic was snarled up in both directions for two miles because of the accident. 由於出了事故,雙方的車都堵了兩英哩。 Traffic jams
snarl-up   /ˈsnɑːl.ʌp/ US  /ˈsnɑːrl-/ noun [C] UK ( US usually snarl)
Translations of “snarled up”
in Chinese (Simplified) 交通堵塞的…
(Definition of snarled up from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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