Definition of 'crowded'
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If you want to speak to that beautiful woman across that crowded room, you have to man up and go for it. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The source said the most likely target would have been a crowded city centre shopping area. The Sun (2008)Entering not an empty cabin but a crowded place full of strangers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We smiled at each other across the crowded room. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We met in a crowded and very noisy room at a buffet lunch. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And space is increasingly precious in what is an increasingly crowded city. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It was quite a crowded delivery room! The Sun (2006)His friend nodded towards the crowded and noisy terrace of the café. Hemingway in Paris - Parisian walks for the literary traveller (1989)As a result you may struggle to find room on crowded trains. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The risks of pursuing young, inexperienced drivers through crowded city streets are obvious. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Today the pain of losing his entire noisy, crowded family is still agonisingly raw. The Sun (2013)They can have meals there so they don't have to go into the crowded and noisy canteen. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I spotted him across a crowded room. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I fought across a crowded room to shake his enormous right hand. The Sun (2016)Roads were full and crowded. Christianity Today (2000)I sometimes feel panicky in crowded, noisy places. The Sun (2014)At the eye hospital I was shoved on a stretcher in the crowded emergency room surrounded by hostile soldiers. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She said the way motorists treat cyclists is'like wielding a loaded gun in a crowded room '. The Sun (2009)Fearing that the man could blow up the bus in the crowded city centre, police persuaded him to transfer with the hostages to a smaller vehicle. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Construction took time, lots sat empty for long periods, and conditions in the crowded old city remained a nuisance. THE SCOTTISH ENLIGHTENMENT: The Scots' Invention of the Modern World (2002)In another hundred years people will look back at a world that was less crowded, full of natural wonders, and healthier. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The only way of increasing office space in town centres is to build upwards, and it's the same story on crowded city streets. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Am I supposed to grit my teeth, walk round crowded shops full of sheep and queue for hours to buy some rubbish? The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'crowded'
British English: crowded /ˈkraʊdɪd/ ADJECTIVE
A crowded place is full of people or things.
The old town square was crowded with people.
- American English: crowded
- Arabic: مُزْدَحِم
- Brazilian Portuguese: lotado
- Chinese: 拥挤的
- Croatian: pretrpan
- Czech: přeplněný
- Danish: propfuld
- Dutch: samengepakt
- European Spanish: atestado
- Finnish: täynnä oleva
- French: bondé
- German: überfüllt
- Greek: συνωστισμένος
- Italian: affollato
- Japanese: 込み合った
- Korean: 붐비는
- Norwegian: fullpakket
- Polish: zatłoczony
- European Portuguese: lotado
- Romanian: aglomerat
- Russian: переполненный
- Spanish: atestado
- Swedish: trång
- Thai: ซึ่งเต็มไปด้วยฝูงชน
- Turkish: kalabalık
- Ukrainian: переповнений
- Vietnamese: đông đúc
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