Sinónimos de inglés

Sinónimos de horde

(sustantivo) 
Definition
a very large crowd, often frightening or unpleasant
A horde of people was screaming for tickets.
Sinónimos
crowd
It took some two hours before the crowd was fully dispersed.
,
mob
a growing mob of demonstrators
,
swarm
A swarm of people encircled the hotel.
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press
There was still a press of people around the Victoria Memorial.
,
host
A host of stars attended the awards ceremony.
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band
bands of government soldiers
,
troop
She was aware of a little troop of travellers watching them.
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pack
a pack of journalists who wanted to interview him
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crew (informal)
a motley crew of college friends
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drove
Scientists are leaving the country in droves.
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gang
He was attacked by a gang of youths.
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multitude
the multitudes that surround the Pope
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throng
An official pushed through the throng.

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of band
Definition
having legs curved outwards at the knees
bands of government soldiers
Sinónimos
in the sense of crew
Definition
any group of people
a motley crew of college friends
Sinónimos
set,
lot,
bunch (informal),
mob,
posse (informal),
in the sense of drove
Definition
a moving crowd of people
Scientists are leaving the country in droves.
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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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