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British English: /klɒɡ/
American English: /klɑɡ/
, /klɔɡ/

Translation of clog in French:


transitive or intransitive verb


to pop one's clogs

Phrasal verbs

clog up

1 clog up
se boucher
(machinery, pores)
se boucher, s'encrasser
the roads clog up with traffic
des bouchons se forment sur les routes
2 clog up [something], clog [something] up
(machinery, pores)
to be clogged up with traffic
être paralysé par la circulation, être embouteillé

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