English translation of 'congestionado'
congestionadocongestionada [kõʒestʃjoˈnadu, a]
1. (trânsito) congested
2. (olhos) bloodshot
3. (rosto) flushed
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'congestionado' in Other Languages
British English: jammed /dʒæmd/ ADJECTIVE
If a place is jammed, a lot of people are packed tightly together there and can hardly move.
The stadium was jammed.
- American English: jammed
- Arabic: مَضْغُوطٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: lotado
- Chinese: 塞满的
- Croatian: pretrpan
- Czech: namačkaný plný lidí
- Danish: blokeret
- Dutch: propvol
- European Spanish: atascado congestionado
- Finnish: jumissa
- French: coincé bloqué
- German: blockiert
- Greek: σφηνωμένος
- Italian: gremito
- Japanese: ぎっしり詰め込んだ
- Korean: 끼여서 못움직이게 된
- Norwegian: fastklemt
- Polish: zapchany
- European Portuguese: congestionado
- Romanian: aglomerat
- Russian: плотно набитый
- Spanish: atascado
- Swedish: ha fastnat
- Thai: มีคนเยอะ
- Turkish: sıkışmış
- Ukrainian: забитий
- Vietnamese: kẹt
British English: congested ADJECTIVE
A congested road or area is extremely crowded and blocked with traffic or people.
He promised to clear the city's congested roads.
Translation of congestionado from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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