Sinónimos de inglés

Sinónimos de clump

(sustantivo) 
Definition
a small group of things or people together
There was a clump of trees bordering the side of the road.
Sinónimos
cluster
A cluster of men blocked the doorway.
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group
a small group of islands off northern Japan
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mass
A mass of excited people clogged the street.
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bunch
She had fallen asleep clutching a fat bunch of grapes.
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bundle
He gathered the bundles of clothing into his arms.
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shock
a very old priest with a shock of white hair
(verbo) 
Definition
to walk or tread heavily
They went clumping up the stairs to bed.
Sinónimos
stomp
,
stamp
She stamped her feet on the pavement to keep out the cold.
,
stump
The marshal stumped out of the room.
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thump
She thumped her hand on the witness box.
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lumber
He turned and lumbered back to his chair.
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tramp
They put on their coats and tramped through the fallen snow.
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plod
He plodded slowly up the hill.
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thud
She ran upstairs, her bare feet thudding on the wood.
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clomp

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of bunch
Definition
a number of things growing, fastened, or grouped together
She had fallen asleep clutching a fat bunch of grapes.
Sinónimos
in the sense of bundle
Definition
a number of things or a quantity of material gathered or loosely bound together
He gathered the bundles of clothing into his arms.
in the sense of group
Definition
a number of people or things considered as a unit
a small group of islands off northern Japan

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The moon is at the forefront of our minds as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s ‘small step’ on 20th July, 1969. This month, we’ve been exploring lunar terminology, as well as looking at how the moon has woven itself into the fabric of our everyday language.
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