• movement of vehicles or persons; trade, commerce; load of messages in a communications network (computers)
• deal in, sell (especially illegal drugs)
• traffic refers to all the vehicles that are moving along a road.
• traffic also refers to all the ships or aircraft that are moving through a place.
• traffic in something such as drugs is an illegal trade in them.
• someone who traffics in drugs or other goods buys and sells them illegally.
• terrible accident involving cars and other vehicles and pedestrians
• major intersection, road which is used by many vehicles, main roadway
• obstacle which is used so as to detain or stop the flow of traffic
• path through which traffic travels through
• movement of cars through a circular rotary
• a traffic circle is a roundabout in the road; used in american english.
• traffic police, branch of the police which is responsible for enforcing traffic laws
• interruption of the movement of traffic
traffic in human beings
• buying and selling of human beings, commerce of humans (as in the slave trade)
• small surface in the middle of a road, intermediary stop for pedestrians crossing the street; division between opposite lanes of traffic
traffic jam• caravan of traffic vehicles that cannot advance
• a traffic jam is a long line of vehicles that cannot move or th ...