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British English: /ˈtrafɪk/
American English: /ˈtræfɪk/

Translation of traffic in French:


  • 1 (road vehicles in street, town) to direct the traffic
    régler la circulation
    heavy traffic
    circulation dense
    the volume of traffic has doubled
    la circulation a doublé de volume
    traffic into/out of London
    la circulation vers/en sortant de Londres
    traffic is being diverted
    il y a une déviation
    to hold up the traffic
    provoquer un bouchon
    before n (accident, density, noise, problem, regulations)
    de la circulation
    traffic hold-up traffic tailback
  • 2 (movement of planes, ships, trains, cars, people) freight/passenger traffic
    trafic de fret/voyageurs
    cross-Channel traffic
    trafic (m) transmanche
  • 3 (dealings)
    (in drugs, arms, slaves, goods) in de
    (in ideas) in de
    a one-way/two-way traffic
    un trafic unilatéral/dans les deux sens

intransitive verb

  • also: p prés etc -ck-
    to traffic in
    faire du trafic de
    (drugs, cocaine, arms, stolen goods)

Definition of traffic in:

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