bottlenecks

All Noun
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  • Hence, bottlenecks often occurred that initially forced to use of one-part train sets.
  • There has been no evidence for population bottlenecks in the species.
  • Later bottlenecks have appeared, with important local effects, but not global to the whole world population.
  • Each level has terrain features which form bottlenecks or change the speed of units.
  • Population bottlenecks are when population size reduces for a short period of time.
  • So as a result of bottlenecks especially during peak hours, passenger growth on the new direct services has been low.
  • However, this quickly became one of the two major bottlenecks along the new superhighway.
  • Traffic flow theory can be used to model and represent bottlenecks.
  • Series production never went ahead due to capacity bottlenecks.
  • This work has helped take away one of the bottlenecks on the East Coast Main Line.
  • It caused bottlenecks in the supply chain and further damaged already troubled production.
  • Past experience indicated bottlenecks, however, in using modern technology to achieve a healthy growth.
  • The design's limited elevator service has caused bottlenecks for street level patrons.
  • They will often run stress tests that will identify the system bottlenecks.
  • Although it now numbers in the hundreds of thousands, the potential for bottlenecks within colonies remains.
  • The group is currently facing major financial and legal bottlenecks.
  • Some of the city's current transport bottlenecks would have been reduced had the originally proposed freeways been constructed.
  • One of the primary uses is in modeling traffic bottlenecks, as described in the following section.
  • These bottlenecks particularly in the food supply during the First World War broke out in agricultural research, big changes.
  • Either way, one should watch raw material stocks and work to remove bottlenecks as they occur.
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Root form of bottlenecks is bottleneck for both verb and noun.

Meaning of bottlenecks

  • noun The narrow part of a bottle near the top
  • verb Slow down or impede by creating an obstruction
    His laziness has bottlenecked our efforts to reform the system
  • verb Become narrow, like a bottleneck
    Right by the bridge, the road bottlenecks