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crowd

美 [kraʊd]
英 [kraʊd]
  • n.人群;群众;观众;民众
  • v.挤;挤满;塞满;使…拥挤
  • 网络大众;一群
复数:crowds  现在分词:crowding  过去式:crowded  
crowd
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n.
1.
[cspv]
人群;观众a large number of people gathered together in a public place, for example in the streets or at a sports game
He pushed his way through the crowd.
他在人群中往前挤。
A small crowd had gathered outside the church.
一小群人聚集在教堂的外面。
Police had to break up the crowd.
警方不得不驱散人群。
Crowds of people poured into the street.
人们成群结队涌上街头。
I want to get there early to avoid the crowds.
我想早点儿赶到那里,免得拥挤。
The match attracted a capacity crowd of 80 000.
这场比赛爆满,吸引了 8 万名观众。
The crowd cheered the winning hit.
观众为那决胜的一击而欢呼。
crowd control
人群控制
crowd trouble
群众闹事
A whole crowd of us(= a lot of us) are going to the ball.
我们一大帮人要去参加那场舞会。
He left the hotel surrounded by crowds of journalists.
他在大群记者的包围下离开了酒店。
2.
[cspv]
(informal)
一伙人;一帮人a particular group of people
Bob introduced her to some of the usual crowd(= people who often meet each other) .
鲍勃把她介绍给常见面的几个朋友。
the bright young theatrical crowd
这帮年轻聪明的戏剧演员
3.
[sing]
群众;民众;老百姓;凡夫俗子ordinary people, not special or unusual in any way
We all like to think we stand out from the crowd(= are different from and better than other people) .
我们都喜欢认为自己胜人一筹。
He prefers to be one of the crowd .
他宁愿做个凡夫俗子。
She's quite happy to follow the crowd .
她就愿意随大溜。
v.
1.
~ sth
挤满;塞满;使…拥挤to fill a place so there is little room to move
Thousands of people crowded the narrow streets.
成千上万的人把狭窄的街道挤得水泄不通。
2.
~ sth
涌上(心头);涌入(脑海)to fill your mind so that you can think of nothing else
Memories crowded his mind.
往事涌上他的心头。
3.
(informal)
~ sb
挤,靠近,挤在一旁(以致使人不舒服或紧张)to stand very close to sb so that they feel uncomfortable or nervous

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