When something is stuck or blocking the free passage of water, air, traffic, etc., we use the word "clog" to describe the situation. You can use it as a noun or as a a verb:
This is what "clog" looks like as a verb:
The bathtub is clogged with hair, so I have to use a plunger to fix it.
This is what "clog" looks like as a noun:
Note: You can also use the word "clog" when describing a type of wooden shoe–usually worn by women:
These are clogs.
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December 27, 201