gridlock 的印地语 翻译
Gridlock is the situation that exists when all the roads in a particular place are so full of vehicles that none of them can move.यातायात-गतिरोध mnइलाके की सारी सड़कों पर ट्रैफिक जाम की स्थिति nf
You can use gridlock to refer to a situation in an argument or dispute when neither side is prepared to give in, so no agreement can be reached.गतिरोध mn
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Will political gridlock in Washington make restoring some degree of US fiscal discipline more or less likely?Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Political gridlock has become the new norm in America.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
WE know that something radical must be done to solve the growing problem of traffic gridlock in Britain.The Sun (2009)
But the times and increasing traffic gridlock are changing LA.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
And if the two chambers have a different political make-up, that could lead to gridlock.The Sun (2007)
As car numbers increase by a million a year, sensible action is needed to avoid gridlock.The Sun (2007)
BRITAIN faces gridlock after record road traffic, it was claimed yesterday.The Sun (2015)
Drivers also avoided the dreaded gridlock by leaving home earlier than normal.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
GAME chiefs were blasted as'irresponsible' yesterday after a publicity stunt caused gridlock during rush hour.The Sun (2008)
GIANT traffic jams brought gridlock chaos to Johannesburg before the big kick-off.The Sun (2010)
Just as the rise of the car gave us terms such as traffic jam, gridlock and road rage, this modern dilemma needs its own new phrases.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Ministers favour congestion charging to avoid gridlock, arguing that it is too expensive and environmentally damaging to simply build new roads.The Sun (2008)
Ministers fear traffic gridlock next week as temperatures will be too low for salt on the roads to be of any use.The Sun (2010)
Hours of gridlock ensued.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
It is a view of partisan gridlock.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
极少使用。在柯林斯辞典中， gridlock 属于使用频率排在后 50% 的词语之一。
英式英语: gridlock NOUN
Gridlock is the situation that exists when all the roads in a particular place are so full of vehicles that none of them can move.
The streets are wedged solid with near-constant traffic gridlock.
gridlock 的翻译—— 柯林斯 英语印地语词典