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a    the vehicles coming and going in a street, town, etc.  
b    (as modifier)  
traffic lights     
2    the movement of vehicles, people, etc., in a particular place or for a particular purpose  
sea traffic     
a    the business of commercial transportation by land, sea, or air  
b    the freight, passengers, etc., transported  
4    usually foll by: with   dealings or business  
have no traffic with that man     
5    trade, esp. of an illicit or improper kind  
drug traffic     
6    the aggregate volume of messages transmitted through a communications system in a given period  
7      (Chiefly U.S.)   the number of customers patronizing a commercial establishment in a given time period  
      vb   , -fics, -ficking, -ficked   intr  
8    often foll by: in   to carry on trade or business, esp. of an illicit kind  
9    usually foll by: with   to have dealings  
     (C16: from Old French trafique, from Old Italian traffico, from trafficare to engage in trade)  
  trafficker      n  
  trafficless      adj  

air traffic  
1    the organized movement of aircraft within a given space  
2    the passengers, cargo, or mail carried by aircraft  
air-traffic control  
      n   an organization that determines the altitude, speed, and direction at which planes fly in a given area, giving instructions to pilots by radio  
  air-traffic controller      n  
traffic calming  
      n   the use of a series of devices, such as bends and humps in the road, to slow down traffic, esp. in residential areas  
traffic circle  
      n      the U.S. and Canadian name for       roundabout       2  
traffic cop  
Informal   a policeman who supervises road traffic  
traffic court  
      n     (Law)   a magistrates' court dealing with traffic offences  
traffic engineering  
      n   a discipline which includes the design of highways and pedestrian ways, the study and application of traffic statistics, and the environmental aspects of the transportation of goods and people  
traffic island  
      n   a raised area in the middle of a road, designed as a guide for traffic and to provide a stopping place for pedestrians  
traffic jam  
      n   a number of vehicles so obstructed that they can scarcely move  
  traffic-jammed      adj  
traffic light   , signal  
      n   one of a set of coloured lights placed at crossroads, junctions, etc., to control the flow of traffic. A red light indicates that traffic must stop and a green light that it may go: usually an amber warning light is added between the red and the green  
traffic pattern  
      n   a pattern of permitted lanes in the air around an airport to which an aircraft is restricted  
traffic warden  
      n     (Brit)   a person who is appointed to supervise road traffic and report traffic offences  
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rules concerning what people are owed to or allowed of, according to ethical principles of freedom and applied in society
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