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Adjective
/kənˈjestid/,
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Blocked up with or too full of something, in particular,
  1. Blocked up with or too full of something, in particular

  2. (of a road or place) So crowded with traffic or people as to hinder freedom of movement
    • - one of the most congested airports in the world
    • - the streets are often heavily congested with traffic
  3. (of the respiratory tract) Blocked with mucus so as to hinder breathing
    • - his nose was congested
  4. (of a part of the body) Abnormally full of blood
    • - congested arteries

  1. overfull as with blood
  2. (congestion) excessive accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part
  3. (congestion) excessive crowding; "traffic congestion"
  4. (Congestion (traffic)) Traffic congestion is a condition on road networks that occurs as use increases, and is characterized by slower speeds, longer trip times, and increased vehicular queueing. The most common example is the physical use of roads by vehicles. ...
  5. (congestion) The act of gathering into a heap or mass; accumulation; An excess of traffic; Overfullness of the capillary and other blood vessels, etc. ...
  6. (Congestion) Any collection of fluid in an organ, like the lungs.
  7. (Congestion) (1) A market situation in which shorts attempting to cover their positions are unable to find an adequate supply of contracts provided by longs willing to liquidate or by new sellers willing to enter the market, except at sharply higher prices; (2) in technical analysis, a period of ...
  8. (Congestion) A condition that occurs when insufficient transfer capacity is available to implement all of the preferred schedules for electricity transmission simultaneously.
  9. (Congestion) The situation in which the traffic present on the network exceeds available network bandwidth/capacity.
  10. (congestion) A condition that arises when a communications link, path, or network experiences an offered traffic load (that is the amount of traffic offered) that exceeds the network's capacity. For example, consider a 10-Mbps link connected to a switch port. ...
  11. Congestion occurs any time data arrives at a router faster than that router is able to forward the data along.  This causes the incoming data to be collected in the router's buffers where it must wait to be sent along to the next hop.  This waiting increases the latency of the path. ...
  12. (CONGESTION) The sideways trading from which area patterns evolve.
  13. ((traffic) congestion) roads that are very crowded with vehicles รถติด
  14. (Congestion) A condition that is characterized by the inability to supply an area with the cheapest available generation due to capacity constraints of transmission paths.
  15. (Congestion) A state in which the network is overloaded and starts to discard user data (frames, cells or packets).
  16. (Congestion) Accumulation of vessels at a port to the extent that vessels arriving to load or discharge are obliged to wait for a vacant berth.
  17. (Congestion) An ISO/RTO charge that is brought about by the limitations of the transmission system. When available low-cost supply cannot be delivered to the demand location due to transmission limitations, higher-cost generation closer to the load must be used to meet the demand. ...
  18. (Congestion) Condition where available network capacity is exceeded by network demand. Results in a slowdown in network.
  19. (Congestion) Describes a situation where power cannot be moved from where it is being produced to where it is needed for use because the transmission system does not have sufficient capability to carry the electricity.
  20. (Congestion) In crowded areas, the cost to get electricity through the grid. This is an undefined cost.
  21. (Congestion) Nose, sinuses or chest blocked with mucus.
  22. (Congestion) Occurs when transport demand exceeds transport supply in a specific section of the transport system. Under such circumstances, each vehicle impairs the mobility of others. ...
  23. (Congestion) The costs and inefficiencies that result when a space becomes crowded. For example, costs of international trade may rise due to congestion of ports, if these facilities are not expanded along with trade.
  24. (Congestion) The restriction of traffic flow due to the volume of vehicles using an urban area or other part of the road network.
  25. (Congestion) This is skin that's bumpy and stopped up. The natural oils and skin sloughing has slowed down leaving the skin looking unclear and dull.