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An abnormal or excessive accumulation of a body fluid. The term is used broadly in medicine. Examples include nasal congestion (excess mucus and secretions in the air passages of the nose) seen with a common cold and congestion of blood in the lower extremities seen with some types of heart failure.
Source: medicinenet.com

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  A condition that occurs when insufficient transfer capacity is available to implement all of the preferred schedules for electricity transmission simultaneously.
Source: eia.gov

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abnormal accumulation of blood or fluid in a part (e.g. of blood - passive congestion - obstruction of the escape of blood from a part (as in liver); pulmonary congestion - engorgement of pulmonar [..]
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early 15c., "action of gathering together," from Middle French congestion (14c.), from Latin congestionem (nominative congestio), noun of action from past participle stem of congerere (see c [..]
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When prices trade at similar levels over a period of time, the chart becomes cluttered with business at these levels and is referred to as 'congested'. Congestion areas are often see [..]
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Traffic in excess of network capacity.
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excessive accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part excessive crowding; "traffic congestion" (congested) overfull as with blood (congestive) relating to or affected [..]
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The costs and inefficiencies that result when a space becomes crowded. For example, costs of international trade may rise due to congestion of ports, if these facilities are not expanded along with tr [..]
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WebGuest Dictionary A condition in (part of) a network when the data traffic is so heavy that it slows down the response time  of the network.
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congestion (pop)
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Excessive network traffic.
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Obstacles in the path of the flame that generate turbulence.
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usually concerned with transport when there is so much traffic it stops or slows down the movement.
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A condition that occurs when the amount of requested transactions across a transmission path exceeds the physical capacity of that path.
Source: power2switch.com

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(1) A market situation in which shorts attempting to cover their positions are unable to find an adequate supply of contracts provided by longs willing to liquidate or by new sellers willing to enter [..]
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Occurs when transport demand exceeds transport supply in a specific section of the transport system. Under such circumstances, each vehicle impairs the mobility of others. Urban cong [..]
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Congestion occurs when the offered load exceeds the capacity of a data communication path.
Source: jimspages.com

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(n) excessive accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part(n) excessive crowding
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A state occurring in a part of a network when the message traffic is so heavy that it slows down network response time.
Source: netdictionary.com

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An accumulation of mucus or of blood in an organ.
Source: health.harvard.edu

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Congestion occurs when the constraints on the transmission system make it impossible to carry out a transaction. For example, if a utility in New York wanted to buy electricity from Hydro One, and the tie lines to New York were already at capacity, this is an example of congestion.
Source: hydroone.com

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 The cost of overcoming obstacles in the path of power delivery.
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The term used to refer to transmission paths that are constrained, limiting power transactions due to insufficient capacity.  Congestion can be relieved by increasing generation or by reducing load.
Source: ppcpdx.org

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Congestion occurs when the transmission system cannot accommodate all transactions that would normally occur among consumer based on merit order dispatch due to physical or engineering limitations. Th [..]
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A condition that occurs when insufficient transfer capacity is available to implement all of the preferred schedules for electricity transmission simultaneously.
Source: resausa.org

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  accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part or blood vessel for example congestion of the lungs in failing heart.  In congestive fever the internal organs become gorged with blood.
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An excessive or abnormal accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part, blood vessel or an organ, like the lungs Congestive chills. Malaria with diarrhea.
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Need to blow your nose? Congestion happens when your nose gets stuffy and makes it hard to breathe. Usually, you have congestion when you have a cold or allergies and your nose gets plugged up with mu [..]
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A condition that occurs when insufficient transfer capacity is available to implement all of the preferred schedules for electricity transmission simultaneously.
Source: constellation.com

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SCOOT congestion is defined as the number of 4 second intervals in a cycle during which the detector is continuously occupied. It is expressed as a proportion of the cycle time. With the normal SCOOT detector location at the upstream end of the link, SCOOT congestion indicates a queue that is, or is in danger of, blocking the exit from the upstream [..]
Source: scoot-utc.com

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Congestion means a situation where the demand for transmission capacity exceeds the Available Transmission Capability.
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Interference between vehicles as flow densities increase, causing reduced speed and increased travel time. At low volumes, limited interaction allows vehicles to proceed uninterrupted and flow is unco [..]
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A condition that arises on the transmission system when one or more restrictions prevents the economic dispatch of electric energy from serving load.
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Overloading of a system, making movement difficult
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Accumulation of vessels at a port to the extent that vessels arriving to load or discharge are obliged to wait for a vacant berth.
Source: iss-marineacademy.com

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traffic delays at the entrance to a port.
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An abnormal buildup of fluid in an organ or area of the body.
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Congestion, in the context of networks, refers to a network state where a node or link carries so much data that it may deteriorate network service quality, resulting in queuing delay, frame or data p [..]
Source: techopedia.com

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the accumulation of excessive blood or tissue fluid in a vessel or organ.
Source: vhcprojectimmunereadiness.com

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With ambient conditions of scarcity, congestion (like ‘shortages’), appears either when the property rights are not well defined or when mutual trading ...
Source: dictionaryofeconomics.com

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A charting term used to describe an area of sideways price movement. Such a range is thought to provide support or resistance to price action.
Source: thectr.com

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A measure of the amount of traffic on a roadway. Determined by the detected average speed of vehicles on the roadway as ascertained by roadway detectors.
Source: travelmidwest.com

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the level at which transportation system performance is no longer acceptable due to traffic interference. The level of system performance deemed acceptable by State and local officials may vary by type of transportation facility, geographic location (metropolitan area or subarea, rural area), and/or time of day (23 C.F.R. § 500.109)
Source: spcregion.org

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A crowded area that makes freedom of movement difficult.
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1. In a saturated communications system, the condition that occurs when an additional demand for service occurs. 2. In a communications switch, a state or condition that occurs when more subscribers attempt simultaneously to access the switch than it is able to handle, even if unsaturated.
Source: glossary.westnetinc.com

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  A period of directionless trade within a range bound by support and resistance levels. Countertrend
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The act of gathering into a heap or mass; accumulation. An excess of traffic. (medicine) Overfullness of the capillary and other blood vessels, etc., in any locality or organ (often producing ot [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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Abnormal accumulation of blood inside vessels, tissues or organs. A downstream obstacle generating a stasis can explain the congestion. Other reasons can be a congenital vessel dilatation or abnormal [..]
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Congestion occurs when there is too much traffic on the Internet or a specific site. This slows all webpage requests down and causes delays in downloading files and viewing information.
Source: blueface.com

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overcrowding.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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See instead Network Congestion
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In a communications switch, a state or condition that occurs when more subscribers attempt simultaneously to access the switch than it is able to handle, even if unsaturated. 2. In a saturated communi [..]
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A state occurring in part of a network when the message traffic is so heavy that it slows down network response time.
Source: webopedia.com

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