the people who man a ship or aircraftThese vessels carry small crews of around twenty men.
a group of people working togetherThe film crew spent nearly twelve weeks shooting in Thailand.
Mr Hunter and his management team
The division consists of two tank companies and one infantry company.
a party of explorers
The club is under investigation by the fraud squad.
Come on over; we've got lots of the old gang here.
an officer in the Army Medical Corps
any group of people(informal) a motley crew of college friends
It took some two hours before the crowd was fully dispersed.
the popular watering hole for the literary set
We've just sacked one lot of builders.
The players were a great bunch.
bands of government soldiers
She was aware of a little troop of travellers watching them.
a pack of journalists who wanted to interview him
The Republican camp is solidly in favour of capital punishment.
He was attacked by a gang of youths.
a growing mob of demonstrators
large herds of elephant and buffalo
A swarm of people encircled the hotel.
He was a notable young actor in a company of rising stars.
A horde of people was screaming for tickets.
a chaotic assemblage of drifters and ruffians
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in the sense of assemblage
a collection or group of thingsa chaotic assemblage of drifters and ruffians
in the sense of band
having legs curved outwards at the kneesbands of government soldiers
Video: pronunciation of 'crew'
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