Synonyms of traffic in English:

traffic


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See UK English definition of traffic

See Spanish definition of tráfico

noun

1‘the bridge is not open to traffic’

SYNONYMS
vehicles, cars, trucks
British lorries

2‘they might be stuck in traffic’

SYNONYMS
congestion, traffic jam, jam, tailback, hold-up, bottleneck, gridlock, stoppage, obstruction
British queue
British informal snarl-up

3‘he owned teams of horses for goods traffic’

SYNONYMS
transport, transportation, movement of goods, movement of people, freight, shipping, conveyancing

4‘the illegal traffic in stolen art’

SYNONYMS
trade, trading, trafficking, dealing, commerce, business, peddling, buying and selling
smuggling, bootlegging
market, black market
dealings, transactions, negotiations, proceedings

verb

1‘he confessed to trafficking in gold and ivory’

SYNONYMS
trade, deal, do business, peddle, bargain
buy and sell, market, barter
smuggle, bootleg
informal hawk, tout, flog, push, run