In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- It may cause a traffic jam or a tailback to the point of gridlock.
- They hoped the two-wheeler would be useful when there was a breakdown or a traffic jam.
- I said as I manoeuvred the car back into the slow-moving traffic jam that is Boston.
- And the worst traffic jam in the region had been caused by roadworks on the M1 in South Yorkshire.
- I eventually pulled out of the space, into a traffic jam of cars, all going the same way, and pulling out!
- Unfortunately we got stuck in a lengthy traffic jam on the way back, and the drive ended up taking us five and a half hours.
- When there is a traffic jam or hold-up, do not jump the queue, as it would only add to the congestion and confusion.
- You can select from a traffic jam, roadworks, dentist's office and a circus.
- You think there's a fender-bender or a traffic jam in this city I don't know about?
- A mother gave birth on the back seat of a car while stuck in a traffic jam.
- You spend thirty minutes in a traffic jam next to a car that has more power going to its speakers than its wheels.
- To see the competitors creeping toward that starting line is to see the traffic jam of your dreams.
- We took an unusual route, which I put down to him knowing about a traffic jam or road works.
- Leave understanding the one-way system, the evening traffic jam and where to park to the locals.
- When she is on the highway, parked in a traffic jam, she often wonders where is she headed in such great hurry?
- They drove home in relative silence, while caught in a traffic jam, they stole a kiss or two.
- Today it's due to a bad traffic jam, a bottleneck in the center of one of the city's main streets.
- They're stuck in a traffic jam in their brand new four wheel drive that they're in debt up to the hilt for.
- The rest of us can enjoy time with family, friends and the other motorists in the traffic jam.
- The M20 is closed following an accident and some of its divers are stuck in the traffic jam.
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