flock in Spanish

Pronunciation
s. manada, bandada, bandada de aves, grey, hato, parvada, rebaño
v. viajar en tropel; atestar, atestar de gente; agruparse

Example Sentences

A flock of birds is flying.
Los pájaros vuelan.
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An artist is a sheep that strays from the flock.
Un artista es una oveja que se separa del rebaño.
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Birds of a feather flock together.
Dios los cría y ellos se juntan.
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I repeat it, and say that the world is but a flock of sheep.
Lo digo y lo repito, que el mundo no es más que un rebaño de ovejas.
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I saw a flock of birds flying aloft.
Vi una bandada de pájaros volando en el aire.
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I saw a flock of sheep.
Vi un rebaño de ovejas.
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The shepherd always tries to persuade his flock that its interests and his own are one and the same.
El pastor siempre intenta persuadir a las ovejas de que sus intereses y los suyos propios son los mismos.
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They all flocked around the movie star.
Todos se acudieron en manada alrededor de la estrella de cine.
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The multitude flocked to the stairs leading up to the organ-loft, towards which the anxious gaze of the faithful was turned.
La multitud se agolpó a la escalera de la tribuna, hacia la que, volvieron la mirada con ansiedad todos los fieles.
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“Alas! No, my sister, it is a flock of sheep.”
-¡Ay!, no, hermana mía; es un rebaño de carneros.
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Synonyms

1. gather: throng, herd, congregate, huddle, crowd
2. group: bevy, brood, company, covey, crowd, drove, flight
3. gathering: throng, congregation, crowd



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