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flock

US [flɑk]
UK [flɒk]
  • v.聚集;群集;蜂拥
  • n.(羊或鸟)群;(尤指同类人的)一大群
  • Web羊群;大量;羊群,一群
Plural Form:flocks  Present Participle:flocking  Past Tense:flocked  
flock
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n.
1.
[cspv]
~ (of sth)
(羊或鸟)群a group of sheep, goats or birds of the same type
2.
[cspv]
~ (of sb)
(尤指同类人的)一大群a large group of people, especially of the same type
a flock of children/reporters
一大群儿童╱记者
They came in flocks to see the procession.
他们成群结队来看游行队伍。
3.
[cspv]
(常跟随某圣职人员等做礼拜的)信众;追随者the group of people who regularly attend the church of a particular priest, etc.
4.
[u]
(填充垫子、椅子等的)小块软填料small pieces of soft material used for filling cushions , chairs, etc.
5.
[u]
(植绒用的)短绒,绒屑small pieces of soft material on the surface of paper or cloth that produce a raised pattern
flock wallpaper
植绒墙纸
v.
1.
[i]
群集;聚集;蜂拥to go or gather together somewhere in large numbers
Thousands of people flocked to the beach this weekend.
这个周末有好几千人蜂拥到了海滩。
Huge numbers of birds had flocked together by the lake.
大群的鸟聚集在湖边。
People flocked to hear him speak.
人们成群结队地去听他演讲。

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