Definition of 'crowd'
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From the car park to the huge crowd. The Sun (2009)On the campaign trail he draws crowds his rivals for the nomination could only dream of. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We hope there are full crowds because we want to make them feel proud of us. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They got booed but then turned the crowd around. The Sun (2011)There was a great crowd of people blocking our way by the church. Broken Lives (1993)The glorious end came so quickly it almost took the crowd by surprise. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You enjoy playing for big crowds on festival stages. The Sun (2014)We have the best soccer grounds in the world plus the most enthusiastic crowds. The Sun (2009)So we crowd together on the balcony as the minutes and then seconds tick down. 21 DOG YEARS (2002)It is a place where a large predator would crowd out the wildlife. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The crowd outside pressed against the metal grille. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Wolves crowd might consider setting a trend for football. The Sun (2008)This normally takes place when the crowd is bored. The Sun (2009)The credit crunch happened because too many financiers were too scared to stand against the crowd. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Most of those crowded into the hall were rabbis. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We have come a long way since the days when crowds made massed monkey noises. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We wanted to give the crowd something to cheer about. The Sun (2010)Thank you to all the pastors and staff who work extra hard to serve a bigger crowd than usual. Christianity Today (2000) Huge crowds eagerly awaited his arrival. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The Aussies in the packed crowd were in full voice with their native song. The Sun (2007)A crowd in excess of 70,000 is expected at the game. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The first incident was the talk of a vast crowd on Countryside Day. Times, Sunday Times (2008) The crowds were ten deep as they crowded against the barriers to get the autographs of their Formula One heroes yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'crowd'
British English: crowd /kraʊd/ NOUN
A crowd is a large group of people who have gathered together.
A huge crowd gathered in the square.
- American English: crowd
- Arabic: حَشْد
- Brazilian Portuguese: multidão
- Chinese: 人群
- Croatian: gomila
- Czech: dav
- Danish: folkemængde
- Dutch: menigte
- European Spanish: muchedumbre
- Finnish: väkijoukko
- French: foule
- German: Menge
- Greek: πλήθος
- Italian: folla
- Japanese: 群集
- Korean: 군중
- Norwegian: mengde
- Polish: tłum
- European Portuguese: multidão
- Romanian: mulțime
- Russian: толпа
- Spanish: muchedumbre
- Swedish: folkmassa
- Thai: ฝูงชน
- Turkish: kalabalık
- Ukrainian: натовп
- Vietnamese: đám đông
British English: crowd VERB
When people crowd around someone or something, they gather closely together around them.
The hungry refugees crowded around the tractors.
Definition of crowd from the Collins English Dictionary
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