Definition of 'cluster'
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The thunderstorms became more tightly clustered around the core. Times, Sunday Times (2016)More upright plants benefit from being grouped in clusters that show off their contrasting shapes, patterns and textures. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In the autumn its small but perfectly formed bright red rounded hips are clustered together and persist well into the winter if the birds don't munch them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The flowers grow in little white clusters and are just opening. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Groups were clustered around elders who led them in monthly fellowship meetings. Christianity Today (2000)You see them clustered around our schools. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You can see how the relatives cluster together. EXTINCTION: Evolution and the End of Man (2002)We all have a fear of small clusters of holes. The Sun (2011)One can find clusters of them containing berries of all these colours mixed together. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Some of the little flowers clustered in the rosettes get blown down by the wind like confetti. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We clustered around the invaders and took pictures on our mobile phones. Times, Sunday Times (2014)These small clusters have a dramatic future. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The researcher suffered chest and abdominal injuries when the military cluster bomb exploded. The Sun (2015)Pure white blossoms can also be found in little clusters. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But in a complex system there is a tendency to cluster around powerful units. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Roads devoted to the great poets cluster together all over the country. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The cabin is uncluttered with a small cluster of instrument dials to control key elements. The Sun (2012)At one point there were more people clustered high on the roadside than were actually inside the venue. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Far below you is the little linear cluster of houses with a handful of solid stone buildings at its heart. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Suddenly, there is a cluster of people around the door. Times, Sunday Times (2012)For many, the impact of abuse clusters around feelings of powerlessness and betrayal. The Sun (2014) People with cluster headaches tend to pace around; whereas those with migraine prefer to lie down or sleep. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)
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Translations for 'cluster'
British English: cluster NOUN
A cluster of people or things is a small group of them close together.
...clusters of men in formal clothes.
British English: cluster VERB
If people cluster together, they gather together in a small group.
The passengers clustered together in small groups.
Definition of cluster from the Collins English Dictionary
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