tail back

Translations

w>tail back

vi (Brit: traffic) → sich gestaut haben
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ANIMAL lovers have raised the money to pin the tail back on a donkey after it was hacked off by "barbaric" intruders.
(3) Pull the tail back down, creating a topsy tail.
Many will also think there should be another exit road for the M62 on the westbound carriageway at Junction 23 at Outlane as the queues trying to leave the motorway at Junction 24 sometimes tail back several miles down the motorway as traffic struggles to get round busy Ainley Top roundabout.
The jam led to a tail back of several kilometres on Ittlhad Shaikh Zayed Road lane from Sharjah towards Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
I daily see traffic holdups on the A45 tail back from Leamington Road island and feel this could be made even more chaotic if this proposal is carried out.
Trim the belly and tail back and make cuts just into the skin all the way along the fillet keeping them about 5mm apart.
Summary: A jam along China's Beijing-Tibet highway grew to more than 75 miles long as the tail back of cars extended into its third day.
These amino acids, when chemically modified, act to "glue" the tail back to the body of PTEN and prevent the attachment of PTEN to the membrane.
When a cat vigorously wags or lashes her tail back and forth, she may be quite angry.
He said because of resurfacing there were road works and that two of the lanes had been closed between junction six and seven causing a bottleneck and a tail back.
Buchholtz says it's probable that Stenopterygius swam just like a tuna does, flicking its tail back and forth while holding most of its body rigid.
Well, there are few of us, if we're honest, who wouldn't say that an ironing board flat tum would be a bit of a bonus each morning, and who wouldn't say no to the sort of honed, boned and finely tuned body that causes a ten mile tail back on the M1.