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swarm

US [swɔrm]
UK [swɔː(r)m]
  • n.一大群(蜜蜂等昆虫);一大批(向同方向移动的人)
  • v.成群地来回移动;成群地飞来飞去
  • Web蜂群;密集;蜂拥
Plural Form:swarms  Present Participle:swarming  Past Tense:swarmed  
swarm
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n.
1.
一大群(蜜蜂等昆虫)a large group of insects, especially bees , moving together in the same direction
a swarm of bees/locusts/flies
一大群蜜蜂╱蝗虫╱苍蝇
2.
一大群,一大批(向同方向移动的人)a large group of people, especially when they are all moving quickly in the same direction
v.
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
成群地来回移动to move around in a large group
Tourists were swarming all over the island.
岛上到处是旅游者熙来攘往。
2.
成群地飞来飞去to move around together in a large group, looking for a place to live

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