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12

stopper, plug

traffic jam

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Type Polysemy
Language Polish
Lexeme korek
Meaning 1 stopper, cork
Direction
Meaning 2 traffic jam Korek powstaje, kiedy liczba pojazdów opuszczających odcinek drogi w określonym kierunku jest mniejsza od liczby pojazdów wjeżdżających na niego.
"A traffic jam occurs when the number of vehicles leaving the road section in a certain direction is less than the number of vehicles entering it."
Reference <personally collected data>
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Type Polysemy
Language Georgian
Lexeme sacobi (საცობი)
Meaning 1 stopper, cork
Direction
Meaning 2 traffic jam თუკი ბოლო დროს, პიკის საათებში ქალაქის ქუჩებში გაგივლიათ, გეცოდინებათ რას ნიშნავს უძრაობა დაუსრულებელ საცობში. (tuk’i bolo dros, p’ik’is saatebshi kalakis kuchebshi gagivliat, getsodinebat ras nishnavs udzraoba dausrulebel satsobshi.)
"If you have been walking the streets of the city during rush hour lately, you will know what immobility means in endless traffic jams."
Reference <personally collected data>
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Type Polysemy
Language French
Lexeme bouchon
Meaning 1 cork, bung, stopper, plug enlever un bouchon
"to take out a cork"
Direction
Meaning 2 traffic jam
Reference CNRTL
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Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme пробка (probka)
Meaning 1 stopper, plug
Direction
Meaning 2 traffic jam Я опоздал на работу из-за пробок
"I was late for work due to traffic jams"
Reference <personally collected data>
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Type Polysemy
Language Belarusan
Lexeme пробка (probka)
Meaning 1 stopper, plug
Direction
Meaning 2 traffic jam пробка на шашы
"traffic jam on the highway"
Reference Slounik.org
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Type Polysemy
Language Ukrainian
Lexeme пробка (probka)
Meaning 1 stopper, plug Я відтикаю зубами пробку — і в обличчя мені б'є незнайомий густий дух вина
"I pull the cork with my teeth - and an unfamiliar thick spirit of wine hits me in the face"
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Meaning 2 traffic jam Пробка попереду розсоталася, шофер сів за руль, і машина рушила
"The traffic jam in front spread, the driver got behind the wheel, and the car started moving"
Reference SUM-11
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Type Derivation
Language Norwegian
Lexeme 1 kork
Lexeme 2 trafikkork
Meaning 1 stopper, plug
Direction
Meaning 2 traffic jam Fiskeriministeren avviser konsekvenser av trafikkork ved hard Brexit
"The Minister of Fisheries rejects the consequences of traffic jams in the event of a hard Brexit"
Reference <personally collected data>
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Type Derivation
Language Mandarin Chinese
Lexeme 1 sāi, sài, sè (塞)
Lexeme 2 yōngsè (壅塞)
Meaning 1 stopper, plug
Direction
Meaning 2 traffic jam Yōngsè shūsànle (壅塞疏散了)
"the traffic jam has resolved"
Reference BKRS
Related Languages lit. 'flood (smth.); plug up; dam (river)' + 'stopper, plug'. Also dǔsè (堵塞) lit. 'to block the path; to plug up' + 'stopper'
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Type Polysemy
Language Hungarian
Lexeme dugó
Meaning 1 stopper, plug, сork a borosüveg dugója
"the сork of a wine bottle"
Direction
Meaning 2 traffic jam
Reference MEK 1978
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Type Derivation
Language Armenian
Lexeme 1 xcʿan (խցան)
Lexeme 2 xcʿanum (խցանում)
Meaning 1 stopper, plug
Direction
Meaning 2 traffic jam Khts’anumi patcharrov menk’ gnum eink’ 3 zham (Խցանումի պատճառով մենք գնում էինք 3 ժամ)
"We drove for 3 hours due to traffic jams"
Reference <personally collected data>
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Type Polysemy
Language Azerbaijani
Lexeme probka
Meaning 1 stopper, plug şüşǝ probka
"glass stopper"
Direction
Meaning 2 traffic jam Yolda proba ǝmǝlǝ gǝlib
"there is a traffic jam on the road"
Reference ARL 2006 page 775
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Comment From Russian пробка
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Azerbaijani
Lexeme tıxac
Meaning 1 stopper, plug tıxacı çıxarmaq
"to pull the plug"
Direction
Meaning 2 traffic jam Yollarda tıxac ǝmǝlǝ gǝlmişdir
"there is a traffic jam on the roads"
Reference ARL 2006 page 541
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