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crowd
kraʊd
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A large number of things or people considered together.
  2. An informal body of friends.
(动) As a verb
  1. To gather together in large numbers.
  2. Cause to herd, drive, or crowd together.
  3. Approach a certain age or speed.
  4. Fill or occupy to the point of overflowing.
Hyphenationcrowd
Part of Speech(名) noun, (不及物的动) intransitive verb, (及物的动) transitive verb
Matching Results
群众qúnzhòngmass; multitude; the masses
拥挤yōngjǐ, yǒngjǐ (Tw)crowded; to throng; congestion
挤满jǐmǎncrowded to bursting point; filled to overflowing; jam-packed
挤进jǐjìnto break into; to force one's way into; to barge into
chùcrowd; transliteration of Sanskrit 'kso', e.g. Aksobhya Buddha 阿閦佛
人群rénqúncrowd
zǔnto congregate; to crowd
shēnmultitude; crowd
fāngroup; crowd; swarm; a flock, a square of leather, leather wrapped
qiāolarge head, a wide forehead, numerous; crowd, (interchangeable ) a fish with a large head
qúngroup; crowd; flock, herd, pack, etc.
qún(same as U+7FA3 ) group; multitude; crowd; swarm; a flock
充塞chōngsècongestion; to block; to congest; to crowd; to choke; to cram; to fill up; to stuff; to take up all the space
涌进yǒngjìnto spill; to overflow (of water, crowds); to crowd (into a space)
zhòngmany; numerous; crowd; multitude; abbr. for 众议院, House of Representatives
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