Clog

Terjemahan dari clog
verba
menyumbat
clog, plug, stuff, gag, cork, wad
tersumbat
clog, choke
menghalangi
prevent, hinder, deter, preclude, impede, clog
mengganggu
interfere, bother, disturb, disrupt, interrupt, clog
menghalang-halangi
obscure, cut off, clog
membantuti
clog
mampat
clog
nomina
bakiak
clog
tekelek
clog

Nomina

a shoe with a thick wooden sole.
Traditional footwear is sandals or wooden clogs with a thong that passes between the big toe and the second toe.
sinonim: sabot, wooden shoe

Clogs are a type of footwear made in part or completely from wood. Clogs are used worldwide and although the form may vary by culture, within a culture the form often remained unchanged for centuries.

Traditional clogs remain in use as protective footwear in agriculture and in some factories and mines. Although clogs are sometimes negatively associated with cheap and folkloric footwear of farmers and the working class, some types of clogs are considered as fashionwear today, such as Swedish Träskor or Japanese geta.

Clogs are also used in several different styles of dance. When worn for dancing an important feature is the sound of the clog against the floor. This is one of the fundamental roots of tap, but with the tap shoes the taps are free to click against each other and produce different sound to clogs.

 an encumbrance or impediment.
a clog in the system

verba

  • block or become blocked with an accumulation of thick, wet matter.
  • the gutters were clogged up with leaves
sinonim: block, obstruct, congest, jam, choke, bung up, plug, stop up, fill up, gunge up
Sinonim
nomina
  • sabot, wooden shoe
  • sabot, geta, patten
  • clog dancing, clog dance
verba
  • block, obstruct, congest, jam, choke, bung up, plug, stop up, fill up, gunge up
  • clot
  • choke off, foul, clog up, congest, choke, back up
  • constipate
  • overload

Contoh

  • a clog in the system
  • tourists’ cars clog the roads into Cornwall
  • they found the tax to be an unacceptable clog on the market
  • In most Wigan mines, though, the standard headgear was a woven scarf or shawl, the standard footwear the clog .
  • tourists clog the roads in summer
  • They clog the lane defensively and will create problems for U.S. star Tim Duncan.
  • too much fatty food makes your arteries clog up
  • too much fatty food makes your arteries clog up
  • A clog is rarely in the trap and the chemical only helps open the drain a little bit.
  • Expensive cars clog the roads of the internationally recognised Greek Cypriot half of Nicosia.
  • The familiar story of system clog may yet end up defeating the best efforts at joint parliamentary action on crime.
  • Of immediate concern to us is the fact that our people fill the jails and clog the justice system.
  • “If not, they could be sued and that could clog up the courts,” he said.
  • He’s just back from a fortnight in the city and is suffering from little more than clogged up sinuses.
  • Because unfortunately, I also chose to wear big, heavy clogs today.
  • Depending on the shape, style, and length of skirt, you can choose from boots, sandals, cool clogs , or classic pumps.
  • The dust kicked up in her face blinded her and clogged up her throat.
  • The city streets and highways were clogged with buried cars and trucks for a week.
  • For any of the major types of clogs in the main system a heavy duty sewer snake should be used.
  • The next day, to get away from all the tourist buses clogging the narrow streets, I took refuge in a pretty little park I found.
  • He used to wear a pair of high wooden clogs called bokuba which were often worn in those days by students dressed in formal wear.
  • We’d put our wooden clogs inside our jackets and sneak out the back barefooted so that O-Sensei would not notice.
  • When we were liberated, we were almost naked, bereft of all possessions, clad in a prisoner’s striped uniform and wooden clogs.
  • She cried out towards him but dust clogged her throat, and she barely got out a raspy whisper.
  • But I used to show up in kimono and wooden clogs , looking like your typical impoverished student of those days.
  • The filters were completely clogged with plaster dust.
  • Vas slides his scrubbed-pink bare feet into a pair of leather and wooden clogs .
  • At the outset, a solution to Bangalore’s clogging drains can’t be that simplistic.
  • There I was clacking along the old Tokaido highway in my heavy wooden clogs .
  • Kevin’s Kurdish driver, Adnan, had raced his engine and clogged up the carburetor of his Nissan.

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