- n.人群; 一堆
- crowds of people 成群結隊的人
to attract or draw a large crowd 吸引一大群人
- to crowd in/on 擠進／擠上
to crowd into/on to sth. 擠進／擠上某處
- vt.擠滿; 擠; 充滿某事; 安排滿某事
- to be crowded with sth. 塞滿某物
to crowd sb. off the pavement 把某人擠出人行道
adj. 擁擠的; 人滿為患的
to be crowded with tourists 擠滿遊客
- There was a crowd of people in front of the town hall. 市政大廳前有一群人。
- Passengers crowded the platform. 月臺擠滿了乘客。
- People crowded into the cinema. 人們擠進電影院。
a crowded train 擁擠的火車
crowded cities 擁擠的城市
The restaurant's regular customers are being crowded out by tourists. 這家餐館的老主顧被遊客擠得不得其門而入。
The article came too late and was crowded out of yesterday's edition. 那篇文章交得太晚, 未被刊登在昨天的報上。
ph. 使很多人或物擠進狹小空間或在短時期湧現出來; 勉強塞入
There were crowds of people waiting to get in. 有許許多多的人在等著進去。
A whole crowd of us arrived at the party uninvited. 我們這一大批不速之客來到了聚會場所。
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