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Detailed Translations for congestion from English to Swedish


congestion [the ~] noun

  1. the congestion (blockage; stoppage; constipation; jam)
    stopp; förstoppning; blockering
  2. the congestion (stagnation; stoppage; hold-up; jam)
  3. the congestion (mess; mountain; accumulation; muddle)
  4. the congestion (constipation; blockage)
  5. the congestion (stagnation; jam)
    stagnation; stockning


  1. congestion (engorgement)

Translation Matrix for congestion:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
blockering blockage; congestion; constipation; jam; stoppage blockage; obstacle; obstruction
förstoppning blockage; congestion; constipation; jam; stoppage constipation
röra accumulation; congestion; mess; mountain; muddle bag and baggage; bungling; caboodle; chaos; debris; discards; dredging; hodgepodge; hotchpotch; hotpot; jumble; mash; mayhem; medley; mess; mess up; messing; messing about; mishmash; muddling; rubbish; trash
stagnation congestion; hold-up; jam; stagnation; stoppage
stockning congestion; jam; stagnation blind alley; congelation; deadlock; fix; impasse; obstruction; stalemate; stoppage
stopp blockage; congestion; constipation; jam; stoppage barring; congelation; obstruction; preventing; putting off; stoppage; stopping
upståndelse congestion; hold-up; jam; stagnation; stoppage
- over-crowding
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
röra affect; agitate; be going to; concern; glance; go; hit; instigate; just touch; mix; move; pass; poke; poke up; regard; relate to; run; stir; strike; tag; tap; tick; touch; touch upon; walk
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
blodstockning congestion; engorgement

Synonyms for "congestion":

Related Definitions for "congestion":

  1. excessive crowding1
    • traffic congestion1
  2. excessive accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part1

Wiktionary Translations for congestion:

Cross Translation:
congestion tillströmning; rusning afflux — médecine|fr action d’affluer, concours des liquides vers une partie de l’organisme.