traffic[ traf-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF traffic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRAFFIC
Traffic was intense, and had reached what might be supposed its acme.
The whole current of the company's traffic to and fro passed under my eye.
By this traffic Germany had survived for a century and a half.
It is a mistake of sentiment to believe they have any real dislike to this traffic.
The law of God is unchangeable: as on earth, so in our traffic with heaven, we only get as we give.
The line was opened for traffic in 1830, having then an extent of fourteen miles.
Other lines, aggregating over 400 miles, will soon be opened for traffic.
But the traffic of the trunk lines brought a new factor into the problem.
This traffic is formally prohibited by most laws; but what are laws made for, if not to be broken?
These customs are instinctively related to the traffic of slaves.