How to Conjugate Clog Up
- Infinitive: Clog Up
- Present Tense: Clog Up/ Clogs Up
- -ing Form: Clogging Up
- Past Tense: Clogged Up
- Past Participle: Clogged Up
Definitions of Clog Up:
1. When something in a drain or valve prevents the flow of water or other liquids.
Examples: Hey, watch what you eat! You wouldn’t want to clog your arteries up with cholesterol, would you?
Mandy poured grease in the sink, and it clogged the drain up.
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