Examples of blockage in a Sentence
He had surgery to open up blockages in his arteries.
trying to prevent blockage of the artery
Recent Examples of blockage from the Web
Tests showed almost complete blockages in two arteries, his daughter said.
Three, Seattle traffic is already so bad and so easily disrupted that any single incident, such as Friday’s protest, construction blockages, collisions, and fish-truck debacles can turn the roads into commuter nightmares.
Some of the good news from Juech: blockages of the tracks by cars and trucks have decreased every month since July 2017, the streetcars are getting closer to running on time, and there are reports economic activity along the route is increasing.
Pimples are caused by a blockage of an oil gland, which, yes, sounds similar to how styes form.
The braking technology called Positive Train Control coordinates signals between trains, tracks and dispatchers about track speeds and blockages and can slow down a train when the engineer isn’t responding.
Last year researchers tested the idea of mixing autonomous cars into traffic to help break traffic blockages.
Wesch had 100 percent blockage in an artery defined by the chilling nickname Widowmaker.
One was on eastbound I-94 at Conner Street, which has caused blockage in the right lane and right shoulder.
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Definition of blockage for English Language Learners
: something that stops something (such as blood) from moving through something (such as a blood vessel)
: the state of being blocked
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