to become narrower as you draws near a spot said of roadways because right by the bridge the street bottlenecks
- identical to obstruct as their laziness features bottlenecked our attempts to reform the system
- an area or situation where otherwise fast development is hampered
- decrease or hinder by creating an obstruction
- become slim, like a bottleneck
- a narrowing that decreases the flow through a channel
- the thin element of a bottle nearby the top
The throat or mouth of a bottle or a spot of congestion or obstruction, particularly.
in addition bttle-neck, "narrow entry, area where traffic becomes congested," 1896; from container (n.) + neck (n.). Meaning "anything which obstructs a flow" is from 1922; the verb inside sense is from 1928.
a narrow part of the trail where the surface cannot leave much room for over one skier. (recreation: Skiing)
division, center, machine, or resource currently working at its complete capacity and which, consequently, cannot deal with any additional need positioned on it. Also called crucial resource, a bottleneck restricts the throughput of associated resources.