Complete Definition of "clog"

English

Pronunciation
IPA|/klÉÉ¡/
rhymes|ÉÉ¡

Noun
en-noun

  1. A type of shoe with an inflexible, often wooden sole and an open heel.

#:Dutch people rarely wear clogs these days.

  1. A blockage.

#:The plumber cleared the clog from the drain.

Derived terms
pop one's clogs

Translations

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ttbc|Portuguese: tamanco m
ttbc|Slovenian: cokla
ttbc|Spanish: zueco m
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Verb
en-verb|clogs|clogging|clogged

  1. To block or slow passage through.

#:Hair is clogging the drainpipe.
#:The roads are clogged with traffic.

Translations
trans-top|to block or slow passage through
Czech: ucpat
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Category:English ergative verbs


Irish

Noun
clog m

  1. bell
  2. clock

Declension
ga noun m1|c|log|loig

Category:Irish nouns
Category:Footwear

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ru:clog
fi:clog
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vi:clog
zh:clog

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