Definition of 'clustered'
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A group of people were clustered round a hot dog van parked at the kerb. HIDING FROM THE LIGHTIts old brick buildings, clustered beneath bare trees, had the hush of a convent, a quietude to dispel the pain within. DREAMS OF INNOCENCEAt the other was a deep window where some of the prefects were clustered, talking eagerly to a small black-haired lady. ADRIENNE AND THE CHALET SCHOOL
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Translations for 'clustered'
British English: clustered ADJECTIVE
If people or things are clustered somewhere, there is a group of them close together there.
Officials were clustered at every open office door, talking excitedly.
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