trafficnoun

  • ja交通、往来
  • enthe movement of people or goods by ships, trains, or aircraft

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Some passengers on a plane caught an airport employee dancing on the job.
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I love this.
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Take a look.
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Uh-huh.
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You know, if there's anyone you want to see cut loose, it's the person directing air traffic.
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Bonus fact: across the globe, if you're in a boat, all traffic must stay starboard,
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or keep to the right.

Other meanings for traffic...

trafficnoun

  • ja交通、往来、通行
  • enthe vehicles driving along a certain road or in a particular area
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Thank you so much for helping me get to work.
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The traffic is so bad today.
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- I really appreciate it. - Oh, no worries.
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Come on, let's go.
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There's no traffic.
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Come on, let's go.
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Oh.
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I'm good.
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We're never gonna get up there.
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I wonder what's causing all this traffic.
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Oh, boy, yep, there's the problem.
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Not drawn yet.
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You're late.
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And there was traffic.
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Yes, traffic.
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Wasn't there traffic?
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- You give me traffic? - There was traffic.
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What do you want from us?
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- It was bumper to fucking bumper. - Yeah, yeah, no, it's bad, you know?
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Traffic.
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What do you want, Mayor?
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Spit it out!
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Oh, well, yes, I...
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Well, I'm stuck in the middle of this huge traffic jam.
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And I'm gonna be late—
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I'm on it!
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The first corner we hit there was fire.
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And we were stuck in traffic.
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Come on!
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I wish this traffic would just—
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Yes, go ahead.
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Long, I'm not going to waste a wish on traffic.