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congested

adjective /kənˈdʒestid/
over-crowded; over-full
colapsado, congestionado
The roads become very congested at this time of day.
congestion /-tʃən/ noun
congestión
traffic congestion nasal congestion.
congestion charging noun the practice of charging motorists for the right to drive into a city centre/center as a way of reducing traffic
Tarifa de Congestión
Congestion charging has maintained reduced levels of traffic.
Translations of “congested”
in French encombré…
in German überfüllt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 堵塞的, 擁擠的, 擠滿的…
in Russian перегруженный…
in Turkish (trafik) tıkalı, tıkanık, yoğun…
in Chinese (Simplified) 堵塞的, 拥挤的, 挤满的…
in Polish zatłoczony, zapchany…
(Definition of congested from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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