Definitions for bogged down

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  1. bogged down(Adjective)

    Stuck, as if in a bog.

  2. bogged down(Adjective)

    Stuck; mired, as in detail, difficulty; delayed or made slower.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Donald Trump:

    He’ll get bogged down.

  2. Lok Raj Baral:

    The people of Nepal are terribly annoyed, the politicians have become bogged down in non-issues like this election.

  3. Alexei Pushkov:

    There is always a risk of being bogged down but in Moscow, we are talking about an operation of three to four months.

  4. Matteo Renzi:

    My dear democrats, you are not here to argue amongst yourselves, you are here to change Italy, we won't get bogged down and gaze at our navels.

  5. Chris Christie:

    But you watch, he'll get bogged down there. He'll be there. He'll spend a fortune. He'll be begging to get out. Everybody that's gone to the Middle East has had nothing but problems.


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