a blockage of something (from the severe road traffic stalling situation)
The gridlock in Web traffic is due to the worm's payload.
by The Return of Light Joker January 30, 2010
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When a person is incapable of removing themselves from the grid due to an attachment to their phone, computer, or job either by choice, addiction, or priorities.
I wanted to go camping this weekend, but I'm totally gridlocked.
by Double-O-Ben October 22, 2013
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A tactical ploy carried out in emergency situations when a team is narrowly losing. Occurs when Gridlock is summoned to the field to undertake a special play and win the match. Usually occurs with only seconds remaining.
Player: "Coach, there are only 5 seconds left and we are down by a goal."

Coach: "Get Gridlock out there, he will kick it from fifty."
by enthusiast July 22, 2009
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1. A complete lack of movement or progress resulting in a backup or stagnation: “the political gridlock that prevented... the President and Congress from moving expeditiously to cut the budget” (Robert D. Hormats).

2. A malaprop coined by a particularly inbred country yokel whom is currently leading a startup software company.
"Bitch, go home and tend to your nappy-lookin gridlocks."
by HoFonix January 23, 2004
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When two people are ass-to-ass simultaneously shitting into one another's assholes.
Dude, Mortimer, did you see Eleanor and Priscilla gridlocking last night? It was off the chain.
by shaquille f'real September 1, 2008
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The greatest music project in existence (and likely ever). Founded by Mike Wells and Mike Cadoo, their mix of ambient, glitch and industrial changed the face of electronic music (especially industrial, with little credit).
wow, that music was the most moving thing i have EVER heard, who did you say that was again? Gridlock, aye? wow. i am awestruck.
by G-Cause December 7, 2008
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