Entry from US English dictionary
noun[usually as modifier]
Alternate stopping and restarting of progress: stop-and-go driving
More example sentences
- Each chapter embodies the chronology of the story it has to tell, corresponding to the stop-and-go progress of science.
- I've also always heard that stop-and-go driving is harder on cars than freeway driving.
- Thus it achieves markedly better mileage in stop-and-go city driving than on the open highway.
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