traffic

In retailing
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Traffic

visitors to a website, measured in a variety of ways, including unique visitors and total page views, or the rather meaningless 'hits'.
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traffic

[n] - the aggregation of things (pedestrians or vehicles or messages) coming and going in a particular locality 2. [n] - buying and selling 3. [v] - deal illegally 4. [v] - trade or deal a commodity
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Traffic

Traffic:
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Traffic

Site audience.
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Traffic

Numbers of visitors to a website. The data is derived from log files.
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Traffic

this is the word for lots of vehicles that are coming and going. A road may have 'heavy traffic' (a lot of vehicles traveling on it) or 'light traffic' (very few vehicles traveling on it). Parked vehicles are not traffic, as they are not trying to come or go.
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1. Commerce, either by barter or by buying and selling; interchange of goods and commodities; trade. 'A merchant of great traffic through the world.' (Shak) 'The traffic in honors, places, and pardons.' (Macaulay) ... This word, like trade, comprehends every species of dealing in the exchange or passing of goods or merchandise from hand to hand for
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traffic

noun the amount of activity over a communication system during a given period of time; `heavy traffic overloaded the trunk lines`; `traffic on the internet is lightest during the night`
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traffic

noun the aggregation of things (pedestrians or vehicles) coming and going in a particular locality during a specified period of time
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Traffic

• (v. i.) To pass goods and commodities from one person to another for an equivalent in goods or money; to buy or sell goods; to barter; to trade. • (v. t.) To exchange in traffic; to effect by a bargain or for a consideration. • (v.) The business done upon a railway, steamboat line, etc., with reference to the number of passengers o
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(from the article `Disasters`) January 6, Comilla, Bangladesh. A speeding bus attempting to pass another vehicle goes off the road and catches fire; at least 40 passengers are ... ...cost 37 million DALYs. Malaria (largely the result of poor water resources, housing, and land management that failed to curb the insect that ... ...proj...
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Traffic

(from the article `2000: Best Director`) Other Nominees Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen: Cameron Crowe for Almost FamousScreenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published: Stephen ... Other Nominees[3 related articles]
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[broadcasting] In broadcasting, traffic is the scheduling of program material, and in particular the advertisements, for the broadcast day. In a commercial radio or TV station there is a vital link between sales (of advertisement or commercial space) and traffic in keeping the information about commercial time availability. The station sell
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[Stereophonics song] "Traffic" is the fourth single from the rock band Stereophonics, it is taken from their debut album Word Gets Around and was released in October 1997. It reached #20 on the UK Singles Chart. ==Track listing== === CD1 === ===CD2=== ==Other versions of the song== ...
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[miniseries] Automobiles listed in this category were either sold under the Nash brand name from 1950-1956, Hudson brand name from 1954-1956 or under the Rambler brand name between 1958 and 1969. Cars produced prior to 1950 were the products of Jeffery Motors of Kenosha, Wisconsin. ...
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Traffic

[2004 miniseries] Traffic: The Miniseries is a three-part feature on the United States cable channel USA Network in 2004 featuring an ensemble cast portraying the complex world of drugs, their distribution, the associated violence, and the wide variety of people whose lives are touched by it all. The mini-series was partially shot in Kamloo
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Traffic

[disambiguation] Traffic is the flux or passage of motorized vehicles, unmotorized vehicles, and pedestrians on roads; or the commercial transport and exchange of goods; or the movement of passengers or people. ==In transportation== ==In computing== ==In law== ==In film== ==In music== ==Miscellaneous == ...
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Traffic

[Traffic album] Traffic is the second album by the English rock band Traffic, released in 1968 on Island Records in the United Kingdom, and United Artists in the United States, catalogue UAS 6676. It peaked at number 9 in the UK albums chart and at number 17 on the Billboard 200. ==Background and content== In January 1968, after some initia
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Traffic

[band] Traffic were an English rock band whose members came from the West Midlands. The group formed in April 1967 by Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, Chris Wood and Dave Mason. They began as a psychedelic rock group whose early singles were influenced by The Beatles,{Citation needed|date=December 2008} and diversified their sound through the us
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Traffic

Traffic on roads may consist of pedestrians, ridden or herded animals, vehicles, streetcars and other conveyances, either singly or together, while using the public way for purposes of travel. Traffic laws are the laws which govern traffic and regulate vehicles, while rules of the road are both the laws and the informal rules that may have develop
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[2000 film] Traffic is a 2000 American crime drama film directed by Steven Soderbergh and written by Stephen Gaghan. It explores the illegal drug trade from a number of perspectives: a user, an enforcer, a politician and a trafficker. Their stories are edited together throughout the film, although some of the characters do not meet each oth
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Traffic

Number of calls made or received per hour, day, or month on a single line or trunk of a telephone system.
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Traffic

Communication over a network and especially the amount of communication over a network. In network technology, traffic is usually measured in bits per second or packets per second. In Web-based marketing, traffic refers to the number of customer visits to a site or page measured in a variety of ways.
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traffic

an aggregate of call attempts, calls or messages in a telecommunication network or a part thereof NOTE - When the part considered is a particular pool of resources, the traffic phenomenon reduces to an evolution process of the states of the resources relating to the bids for one resource, the seizure of it and its occupancy until its release, or th
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