Noun(1) a narrowing that reduces the flow through a channel(2) the narrow part of a bottle near the top
Verb(1) slow down or impede by creating an obstruction(2) become narrow, like a bottleneck
(1) There's fast blues and slow blues, and major blues and minor blues, and the kind of blues you play with a bottleneck and the strings already tuned to a chord.(2) This would accelerate the journey from outside a computer directly into the chip, removing a bottleneck in system performance, he said.(3) In France, clinics sometimes do more than 80 scans per day, and engineers need to ensure that there won't be a bottleneck in processing the images.(4) From watching fellow guitarist Son House, he was inspired to develop his own bottleneck slide technique.(5) But for those without firm contracts to the makers of the filter components, there's a bottleneck in production which might cause problems for some.(6) It may be that some other part of your system is the bottleneck .(7) Once they get within a couple of miles, however, the road reverts back to two-way traffic and the bottleneck creates frustrating tailbacks lasting anything up to half an hour depending on the time of day.(8) In a pull system, the bottleneck governs the rate that patients flow through the whole process.(9) But rather than be a bottleneck , the commissioning process usually helps streamline construction by improving schedules and reducing changes.(10) it is the perfect instrument for playing bottleneck(11) Police were on hand to guide drivers as the lights started operating this morning at the bottleneck blackspot in a bid to ease congestion which has plagued the junction for months.(12) We are in process of tweaking WebBench to increase the workload per client to see if one server system hits a bottleneck before the other, and we will report results if we are successful.(13) When Fred sat down with his guitar and a bottleneck , everyone joined in.(14) The bottleneck at this point is effective clinical research that will yield reliable and replicable findings.(15) One of these, the bottleneck at Trapper's Point, was once 6,562 feet wide before development slimmed it down.(16) But, I ask you, look around and ahead of and behind you when next you are caught in a traffic bottleneck on an expressway and try to account for the snarl rationally.
(1) bottleneck :: bottelnek
1. traffic jam ::
2. jam ::
4. tie-up ::
5. holdup ::
6. snarl-up ::
7. gridlock ::
8. logjam ::
9. constriction ::
11. restriction ::
12. obstruction ::
13. blockage ::
14. choke point ::
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