Clog

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Imagine something physically blocking movement, like a cork in a bottle. SlideMy notebook fell and clogged the hallway.
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Figurative UsePlay
Used metaphorically to describe barriers in processes or progress. SlideBureaucracy often clogs the development of new projects.
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Saying 'clog up' is usually redundant, just 'clog' is enough. SlideLeaves tend to clog gutters in the fall.