- a large number of people gathered together in a disorganized or unruly way；an audience
- (of a number of people) fill (a space) almost completely, leaving little or no room for movement；(of a number of people) move into (a space, especially one that seems too small)
verb: crowd, 3rd person present: crowds, gerund or present participle: crowding, past tense: crowded, past participle: crowded
- 1. a large number of people gathered together in a disorganized or unruly way a huge crowd gathered in the street outside 同義詞
- ▪ an audience a crowd of 500 filled the synagogue 同義詞
- ▪ a group of people who are linked by a common interest or activity I've broken away from that whole junkie crowd 同義詞
- ▪ the mass or multitude of people, especially those considered to be drearily ordinary or anonymous you have to set yourself apart from the crowd free-thinkers who don't follow the crowd 同義詞
- ▪ a large number of things regarded collectively the crowd of tall buildings
- 1. (of a number of people) fill (a space) almost completely, leaving little or no room for movement the dance floor was crowded with revelers 同義詞
- ▪ (of a number of people) move into (a space, especially one that seems too small) they crowded into the cockpit 同義詞
- ▪ (of a group of people) form a tightly packed mass around (someone or something) photographers crowded around him 同義詞
- 2. move too close to (someone) don't crowd her, she needs air
- ▪ (of a batter) stand very close to (the plate) when batting.
- ▪ overwhelm and preoccupy (someone) as demands crowd in on you it becomes difficult to keep things in perspective
- 3. exclude someone or something by taking their place grass invading the canyon has crowded out native plants
be crowded with 比起後兩者, 更有"擠爆了"的意思. be full of...到擁擠的程度. 反之, 如果你說: This house is crowded with kids. 那就表示, 房子裡全是小孩子, 每個人都...
1. crowd 尤指人的擁擠 We felt a bit crowded in the live concert. 在現場演唱會上, 我們覺得有點擁擠. The theater ...
... event for which all the tickets are sold. 所以sell-out crowds 是指滿場的觀眾 原句為 雖然宣傳做得很差 樂團繼續對著滿場的觀眾表演...