bumper to bumper

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bumper to bumper

Very close together. Typically said of traffic that is moving very slowly or not at all. The cars on the highway are bumper to bumper right now—there's no way we'll get there on time.
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bumper to bumper

[of traffic] close together and moving slowly. The traffic is bumper to bumper from the accident up ahead.
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bumper to bumper

having almost no space between cars and moving very slowly Traffic is bumper to bumper from the Midtown Tunnel all that way out to exit 17 on the Turnpike.
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bumper to bumper

vehicles that are bumper to bumper are in a line one after another and are moving very slowly or stopped Cars were lined up bumper to bumper along the whole length of the road.
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