Word of the Day
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