clog / klɒg, klɔg /


clog3 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb

clogged, clog·ging.

  1. to hinder or obstruct with thick or sticky matter; choke up: to clog a drain.
  2. to crowd excessively, especially so that movement is impeded; overfill: Cars clogged the highway.
  3. to encumber; hamper; hinder.
v. 无主动词 verb

clogged, clog·ging.

  1. to become clogged, encumbered, or choked up.
  2. to stick; stick together.
  3. to do a clog dance.
n. 名词 noun
  1. anything that impedes motion or action; an encumbrance; a hindrance.
  2. a shoe or sandal with a thick sole of wood, cork, rubber, or the like.
  3. a similar but lighter shoe worn in the clog dance.

clog 近义词

n. 名词 noun


v. 动词 verb

block, hinder


  1. Crocs is suing nearly two dozen companies, including Walmart and Hobby Lobby, for allegedly copying its signature foam clogs.
  2. It has baked in features that prevent common errors like filament clogs or jams, too, which will save you money in the long run.
  3. More recently, Kanye West’s Adidas Yeezy Foam Runner, which sells for about $80, has been dubbed the “Yeezy Croc” because of its resemblance to the slip-on clog.
  4. Crocs overhauled its business to focus on its classic clog, which now makes up nearly three-quarters of sales, and doubled down on its highly profitable Jibbitz charms, which come in hundreds of styles and pop into the clog’s ventilation holes.
  5. The recent high school graduate has been reaching for the brand’s signature clog since she was a kid — and dodging Crocs-haters for just as long.
  6. Bloggers and street photographers will clog the entrances of each show incessantly posting to their Twitter and Instagram feeds.
  7. At a satirical food awards show, The Golden Clog Awards, Bourdain gave Florence the “worst career move” award.
  8. Crocs, the colorful clog company long loathed by fashionistas, has stubbed its toe again.
  9. After soaring to prominence, the plastic clog maker has suffered a series of setbacks in the past two years.
  10. As a result of this loss of movement, clog-wearers tend to drag their feet, “which causes more postural problems,” she said.
  11. Every weight that could clog the story is thrown away, and it runs with the 33 swiftness of the thought.
  12. Hitherto I have only been a clog and an incumbrance to you; but I trust I shall soon behave better, and make myself useful.
  13. Therefore he passed for a very moderate Whig; for one who would not clog the wheels of government.
  14. In fact, the damp depositing on the parts leads the electricity away, and the ink tends to clog in the siphon.
  15. Many things and conditions clog communication from the under-mind to the consciousness.