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Noun
A group of people assembled together in a disorganized manner
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“A large crowd gathered for the New Year's Eve celebrations in the city square.”
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(typically of people) Describing a big collective group
“A crowd of people started to build outside as they waited for the shop doors to open.”
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(the crowd) The common or ordinary people
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“Her dress sense was motivated by a desire to stand out from the crowd.”
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An assembly of people with a common interest
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“The tech crowd gathered outside the Google office.”
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(of a sporting event or concert) An audience
“The crowd jeered at the match-defining decision.”
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Group which shares business interest
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One who watches a show or event
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A group of people assembled for religious worship
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Mixed group of people
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Someone who views something, typically a show or spectacle
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(round/around) To gather tightly in a large mass of people
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“The street busker was gradually building his act as the people started to crowd around to see his performance.”
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(crowd into) To press forward into an area with limited space
“Before long, everyone had to crowd into a little room before a voice boomed over the mic.”
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To fill an area with people, with hardly any room to move
“The organization had planned to crowd the arena with protesters before the main event.”
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To suffocate a person's space as if to coerce them to do something
“Despite my insistence that he was crowding me, he still persisted with his incessant calls.”
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To bump or push roughly
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Rush, usually in liquid form
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Squeeze together
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To make forceful contact with something
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To persuade someone to do something which they are reluctant to do, especially by flattery or promises
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To squeeze together
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To exist in abundance
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To inhabit a place in unpleasantly large numbers
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Supersede and replace
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To spread or pervade throughout
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To populate with inhabitants
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Cheat
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To stimulate or persuade (someone who is reluctant or slow) to do something
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Inundate with a great quantity of something
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