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  1. swarm

    • IPA[swôrm]

    美式

    • n.
      a large or dense group of insects, especially flying ones;a large number of honeybees that leave a hive en masse with a newly fertilized queen in order to establish a new colony.
    • v.
      (of insects) move in or form a swarm;(of honeybees, ants, or termites) issue from the nest in large numbers with a newly fertilized queen in order to found new colonies
    • verb: swarm, 3rd person present: swarms, gerund or present participle: swarming, past tense: swarmed, past participle: swarmed

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    • 1. (of insects) move in or form a swarm a plague of locusts swarmed across the countryside
    • (of honeybees, ants, or termites) issue from the nest in large numbers with a newly fertilized queen in order to found new colonies the bees had swarmed and left the hive
    • 2. move somewhere in large numbers protesters were swarming into the building