English → English - crowd

Pronunciation
n. public; large group of people; large number of objects grouped together
v. gather together, group together; press in

English → Spanish - crowd

Pronunciation
s. gentío, conglomerado, grupo de gente, legión, manada, masa, masa de gente, molote, muchedumbre, multitud, tropel, turba; agrupación, aglomeración, apiñamiento, caterva, congregación; populacho
v. abarrotarse, agolparse, apiñarse, hacinarse; atestar, conglomerar, llenar de gente, poblar

English → French - crowd

Pronunciation
n. foule, masse, affluence; bande; grande quantité
v. emplir; serrer; entasser; se serrer

English → German - crowd

Pronunciation
n. Menge, Volksmenge; Gruppe; Haufen
v. füllen; quetschen; zusammendrängen

English → Indonesian - crowd

Pronunciation
n. ramai: orang ramai, orang banyak, kelimun, bondong, penonton: banyak penonton, pergaulan, kelompok, jumlah besar
v. berkerumun, berjejal, berdesak-desak, mendesak

English → Italian - crowd

Pronunciation
s. folla, moltitudine; calca, ressa; masse, popolo; quantità, massa, mucchio, (fam) sacco; (fam) compagnia, combriccola, (fam) cricca
v. affollarsi, accalcarsi, assembrarsi; fare ressa, spingere, premere

English → Polish - crowd

Pronunciation
n. tłum, lud, tłok, zatłoczenie, ścisk, ciżba, czereda, natłok, paczka, pospólstwo, rzesza, zbiegowisko
v. natłoczyć, zatłoczyć, napchać, zapchać, pakować, napakować, zagęszczać, zbić się, zwalać się, pchać się, tłoczyć się, obskakiwać, napychać, zapychać, zagęścić

English → Portuguese - crowd

Pronunciation
s. multidão, público; grupo; monte, pilha
v. encher; comprimir; amontoar-se

English → Romanian - crowd

Pronunciation
n. mulţime, adunare, masă, aglomeraţie, adunătură, droaie, poporul, mulţimea, claie, gloată, grup, liotă, companie, societate, oaste, grămadă, învălmăşeală, calabalâc, prostime
v. umple, ticsi, aduna, aglomera, împinge, zori, îngrămădi, înţesa, înghesui, presa, strânge, înghesui: se înghesui, îmbulzi: se îmbulzi, îngrămădi: se îngrămădi, aglomera: se aglomera

English → Russian - crowd

Pronunciation
с. толпа, простой люд, народ; толкотня, давка; компания, группа людей, гурьба; множество, масса; статисты
г. толпиться, тесниться, собираться толпой; сгрудиться, скапливать, нагромождать, теснить, напирать

English → Turkish - crowd

Pronunciation
f. toplanmak, üşüşmek; doldurmak, sıkıştırmak; ısrar etmek; bıktırmak
i. kalabalık, cemaat, çokluk, izdiham, sürü, topluluk; arkadaş grubu, yığın

English → Ukrainian - crowd

Pronunciation
n. натовп, товчія, компанія, сила-силенна, гурт, згінь, зглота, кишнява, навал, натиск, стадо, юрба, юрма
v. товпитися, тіснитися, скупчуватися, нагромаджувати, збиватися, зглотитися, купчитися, напаковуватися, юрбитися, юрмитися

English → Dutch - crowd

Pronunciation
zn. menigte, massa; groep; vriendenkring; hoop, stapel
ww. vullen; volproppen; dringen

English → Greek - crowd

Pronunciation
ουσ. πλήθος, όχλος
ρήμ. στοιβάζω, στριμώχνω, συνωστίζομαι, συνωστίζω, συνοστίζομαι

English → Arabic - crowd

Pronunciation
‏ملأ، حشد، الجماهير، الزحمة، مجموعة كبيرة، زمرة من الناس، الكرود آلة موسيقية، جمهور‏
‏إحتشد، شق طريقه، تقدم، دفع، دفع إلى الأمام، كظ، تدافع، ضغط‏

English → Chinese - crowd

Pronunciation
(名) 人群; 一堆, 许多; 一伙, 一帮; 大众#克鲁斯琴; 小提琴; 小提琴家
(动) 挤, 拥挤; 聚集; 挤满; 催促; 将...塞进; 催逼

English → Chinese - crowd

Pronunciation
(名) 人群; 一堆, 許多; 一伙, 一幫; 大眾#克魯斯琴; 小提琴; 小提琴家
(動) 擠, 擁擠; 聚集; 擠滿; 催促; 將...塞進; 催逼

English → Hindi - crowd

Pronunciation
n. भीड़, झुंड, जनसमूह, मेला, समवाय

English → Japanese - crowd

Pronunciation
(動) 群がる; 押し寄せる; 押し込む
(名) 群衆; 人込み; 大衆; グループ

English → Korean - crowd

Pronunciation
명. 대중; 군중, 다수의 사람들의 모임; 군집, 무리져 있는 다수의 것
동. 떼지어 모이다, 무리짓다, 붐비다; 밀어 닥치다, 밀고 들어가다

English → Vietnamese - crowd

Pronunciation
n. đám đông, đám người ồn ào, vô số, một đống, nhóm, diển viên phụ, xuất chúng, số nhiều, bọn, lủ
v. chất đống, vội vàng, chen chúc

Definition of crowd

Pronunciation
Verb
1. To press forward; to advance by pushing.
The man crowded into the packed room.
2. To press together or collect in numbers; to swarm; to throng.
They crowded through the archway and into the park.
3. To press or drive together, especially into a small space; to cram.
He tried to crowd too many cows into the cow-pen.
4. To fill by pressing or thronging together.
5. To push, to press, to shove.
Tried to crowd her off the sidewalk
6. To approach another ship too closely when it has right of way.
7. To carry excessive sail in the hope of moving faster.
8. To press by solicitation; to urge; to dun; hence, to treat discourteously or unreasonably.
Noun
9. A group of people congregated or collected into a close body without order.
After the movie let out, a crowd of people pushed through the exit doors.
10. Several things collected or closely pressed together; also, some things adjacent to each other.
There was a crowd of toys pushed beneath the couch where the children were playing.
11. The so-called lower orders of people; the populace, vulgar.
12. A group of people united or at least characterised by a common interest.
That obscure author's fans were a nerdy crowd which hardly ever interacted before the Internet age.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: crowding
Present: crowd (3.person: crowds)
Past: crowded
Future: will crowd
Present conditional: would crowd
Present Perfect: have crowded (3.person: has crowded)
Past Perfect: had crowded
Future Perfect: will have crowded
Past conditional: would have crowded
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