- n. Plural form of congestion.
“Consumer grade WIFI routers while cheap are not very good with dealing with congestions.”
“The concoction, he said, is "for congestions and colds.”
“Why don't you take "public transportation," if road congestions bothers you so much??”
“Health effects can range from general congestions and eye irritation to shortness of breath and serious mold infections of the lungs.”
“But it might be the spines on weekends, or on long summer nights, when volume, congestions, and cruising combine to change the character and function of the street.”
“Now travelers who had already passed through security checkpoints are being re-screened causing huge congestions and delays.”
“Travelers who had already passed through security checkpoints are being re-screened, causing huge congestions and also delays.”
“We are having congestions due to the anonymous registration of Yahoo accounts so we are shutting down some Gmail accounts and your account was among those to be deleted.”
“Students from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette have designed a concept for an elevated and automated railway system that intends to do away with the congestions on roads.”
“Enjoy the 5 hour congestions (see today's Seattle Times) andl low ranked schools.”
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