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to clog up / blockage
to stop up / to close up / hard to get to / out of the way / inaccessible / unenlightened / blocking
  *塞* | 塞* | *塞
Serbia / Serbian / abbr. for 塞爾維亞|塞尔维亚
  *塞* | 塞* | *塞
to stop up / to squeeze in / to stuff / cork / stopper
  *塞* | 塞* | *塞
strategic pass / tactical border position
  *塞* | 塞* | *塞
to stop up / to stuff / to cope with
stronghold / fort / fortification
Sierra Leone
a blocked nose
territories beyond the Great Wall (old)
Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) or Dr Johnson, English writer and lexicographer
to muddle through / to fob sb off / to beat around the bush / to dodge
to block / to clog
piston / valve
earplug / earphone
myocardial infarction / heart attack
traffic jam
Sebastian (name)
the Seychelles (Tw)
Azerbaijan (Tw)
Brussels, capital of Belgium
Samuel (name)
Ansai county in Yan'an 延安, Shaanxi
variant of 擁塞|拥塞
the Seychelles
cork / plug
Barcelona (Tw)
to stuff full / to cram in / packed tight / chock full
frontier fortress
(slang) wow! / also pr. [wa1 sei1]
to stop / to block
bottle cork / bottle stopper
Salem, capital of Oregon / Salem, city in Massachusets / Salem, city in India
dammed lake / lake formed by landslip or lava flow
to slip sb sth / to press sb to accept sth / to insert surreptitiously / to foist sth off on sb
Herzegovina (Tw)
murky darkness suddenly opens (idiom); a sudden flash of insight and all is clear
to be at a loss for words / speechless
Basel, Switzerland
to fill up / to cram / to stuff
xi or ksi (Greek letter Ξξ)
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Serb nationality / ethnic Serb / Serbs
(coll.) to feel sick at heart / to feel stifled / to feel crushed
Zelda (in Legend of Zelda video game)
choked with silt / silted up
blood obstruction
Spencer or Spence (name)
Sevilla, Spain
territories beyond the Great Wall (old)
to be clogged up / to be congested (traffic, computer network etc)
Massachusetts, US state
Düsseldorf (Germany) / also written 杜塞爾多夫|杜塞尔多夫
road congestion / traffic jam
Serbian (language)
lit. the old man lost his horse, but it all turned out for the best (idiom) / fig. a blessing in disguise / it's an ill wind that blows nobody any good
traffic jam
Serb language
Ossetia (a Caucasian republic)
Massachusetts, US state
to get food stuck between one's teeth
Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Tw)
Lucerne, Switzerland
earplug / earwax
Serbia and Montenegro (after break-up of Yugoslavia in 1992)
Somerset county in southwest England
border fort, esp. defending narrow valley
the Seychelles
plosive / stop consonant
to skimp on the job / to work half-heartedly / not to take the job seriously
wall plug / screw anchor
(coll.) to be out of luck
cerebral infarction
Cessna (US aviation company)
airlock / air block / fipple (in the mouthpiece of wind instrument)
Edmund Husserl (1859-1938), German philosopher
congestion / to block / to congest / to crowd / to choke / to cram / to fill up / to stuff / to take up all the space
to carry out one's duties perfunctorily / to fulfill one's responsibility
Knossos (Minoan palace at Iraklion, Crete)
to obstruct
to shut one's eyes and stop one's ears / out of touch with reality / to bury one's head in the sand
Serbo-Croatian (language)
to clog / to block / to obstruct
Sangiovese (grape type)
traffic congestion fee
Lake Issyk Kul in Kyrgyzstan
surname Althusser / Louis Pierre Althusser 路易·皮埃爾·阿爾都塞|路易·皮埃尔·阿尔都塞 (1918-1990), Marxist philosopher

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