English version

bog somebody/something ↔ down

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbog somebody/something ↔ down phrasal verb1 DELAYif a process or plan becomes bogged down, it is delayed so that no progress is made Talks to settle the pay dispute have become bogged down.be/get bogged down in something Don’t let yourself get bogged down in minor details.2 MOVE/CHANGE POSITIONif something gets bogged down, it becomes stuck in soft ground and is unable to movebe/get bogged down in something The car got bogged down in the mud. Grammar Bog down is usually passive. bog
Examples from the Corpus
bog downIf the necklace is bogging me down, then those things are doing it too.
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