traffic jam

  1. a number of vehicles blocking one another until they can scarcely move
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How To Use traffic jam In A Sentence

  • Our coach was caught in a traffic jam and got to Heathrow forty minutes late.
  • The average traffic jam was six miles long. Times, Sunday Times
  • Forget the road congestion, it's the traffic jams inside the racecourse enclosures which will occupy the team bringing this magnificent spectacle to York.
  • It can even work out quick detours around traffic jams and roadworks, if you encounter any, Evesham said.
  • More now from CNN space correspondent, and based on his reporting last hour on "hypermiling" Mr. Rolling Traffic Jam, Mr. Roadblock, miles O'Brien. CNN Transcript Jun 3, 2008
  • They were diverted from flooded roads twice, then found themselves in a traffic jam caused by a multicar fender bender. WRECKED
  • Traffic jams were expected because farmers were taking livestock with them.
  • New day, same old story - that's the opinion of most motorists who drive through Newry to work or on school runs as they patiently sit in sluggish traffic jams.
  • The playing is good enough, and the engineering is better, yet the final peroration does remind me of a rush hour traffic jam in New York City.
  • All the efforts going into fuel cells, hybrids and zero-emission vehicles are only going to yield clean-burning cars that crawl along in interminable traffic jams.
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