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

Translation of clog in Spanish:

noun

transitive verb -gg-

clog (up)

intransitive verb -gg-

  • (pipe)
    obstruirse
    atascarse
    (wheel)
    atascarse
    Example sentences
    • The surface was like a thick clay which clogged up the tyre treads, turning them into slicks.
    • Within a few days, the heaviest rain for 30 years had turned the soil into a quagmire, producing thick mud that clogged up rifles and immobilised tanks.
    • The particulate matter in the rain water that ran off the roof clogged up my water filter, but otherwise this scare caused no damage.

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