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Translation of "congested" - English-Spanish dictionary

congested

adjective   /kənˈdʒes.tɪd/
Congested roads and towns have too much traffic and movement is made difficult. congestionado 1682
If you are or your nose is congested, you cannot breathe through your nose because it is blocked, usually during an infection. congestionado 585588
congestion noun [no plural]   /-tʃən/
congestión The (traffic) congestion in the city gets worse during the summer. This spray helps to ease nasal congestion.19211682585
(Definition of congested from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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.
(Definition of congested from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “congested”
in Vietnamese đông nghịt, chật ních…
in Malaysian penuk sesak…
in Thai แออัด…
in French encombré…
in German überfüllt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 堵塞的, 拥挤的, 挤满的…
in Turkish (trafik) tıkalı, tıkanık, yoğun…
in Russian перегруженный…
in Indonesian penuh sesak…
in Chinese (Traditional) 堵塞的, 擁擠的, 擠滿的…
in Polish zatłoczony, zapchany…
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