- 1.1 (with traffic) congestionado; (with people) abarrotado or repleto de gente congested
withsth abarrotado dealgoMore example sentences1.2 [lungs/nose] congestionado
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- Many of them said there was no reason to wear a seat belt because most of the streets in the city were so congested with traffic.
- The traffic snarls and congested roads near schools hardly mattered for motorists, as they welcomed them with warm smiles and long grins.
- Then the widened roads become congested with traffic again, sometimes immediately.
- On the other hand, bronchodilator inhalers that open congested airways are a big part of asthma treatment, though they aren't used to treat allergies.
- The symptoms include itchy eyes, sneezing, and congested nostrils.
- Also, some mind-body practitioners believe a congested throat may signal that you're not expressing your feelings.
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