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tr.v. un·clogged, un·clog·ging, un·clogs
To clear a blockage from (a drain, for example).
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Adj.1.unclogged - freed of obstructionsunclogged - freed of obstructions; "an unclogged drain"
unobstructed - free from impediment or obstruction or hindrance; "an unobstructed view"
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In a bid to lower the number of dengue cases in the city, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno said on Tuesday said he had ordered creeks around the area to be cleared and unclogged.
Through a combination of the County's Transport and Environment departments, Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has directed that all drainage systems in the capital be unclogged.
This isn't to suggest we cease the noble effort, but keeping minds and deeds unclogged from fairy tales and fantasies with sumptuous doses of reality will generate results of greater plausibility.
Just like the sight of a good quality truck stop when you think of resting or an unclogged roadway when you have to make an important time-tight delivery.
The Hemus Highway linking Bulgaria's north and south, which was the site of a major road jam Saturday evening, has now been unclogged, but traffic is conducted in one lane only.