- IPA[ˈin ˌkroud]
- a small group of people perceived by others to be particularly fashionable, informed, or popular
noun: in-crowd, plural noun: in-crowds
- 1. informal a small group of people perceived by others to be particularly fashionable, informed, or popular a new district that has been attracting the in-crowd
head in the crowd 這個head如果是名詞, 前面應有冠詞the或a head in xxx 一頭鑽進 xxx head in the crowd 一頭鑽進人群 有一部電影"Head in the Clouds", 中譯...
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1.Being popular mean being part of an in - crowd 為甚麼mean後面是放being ??? mean後面可接Ving或 to V 接...