gentío


gentío
m.
1 crowd, mob, lot of people, large group of people.
2 common people, mob.
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gentío
nombre masculino
1 crowd
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FRASEOLOGÍA
¡qué gentío! what a crowd!
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SM crowd, throng

había un gentío — there were lots of people

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masculino crowd

había tal gentío que me volví a casa — it was so crowded that I went home again

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= crowd, mob, foot traffic, maddening crowd, throng of people, rabble.
Ex. The second example specifies, 'far adj3 crowd', that the two words, 'far' and 'crowd', must appear within 3 words of one another.
Ex. Whilst in Panizzi's employ, Edward refused to act as a special constable to protect the British Museum against the Chartist mobs.
Ex. Hidden among the shops (and foot traffic) of Reid Street, this new product requires sleuthlike skills to find.
Ex. Traffic in the morning, trash at the end of the day, and a chaos of people trying to navigate the maddening crowd in between.
Ex. We were amazed at the throngs of people out and about that day, enjoying the unusually warm and sunny October afternoon.
Ex. On his return, his house was assaulted by a large concourse of rabble, who broke all the windows and attacked, pelted, beat and otherwise ill-treated him.
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* lejos del gentío = away from the maddening crowds, far from the maddening crowd(s).
* perderse entre el gentío = lose + Reflexivo + amid the crowd.
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masculino crowd

había tal gentío que me volví a casa — it was so crowded that I went home again

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= crowd, mob, foot traffic, maddening crowd, throng of people, rabble.

Ex: The second example specifies, 'far adj3 crowd', that the two words, 'far' and 'crowd', must appear within 3 words of one another.

Ex: Whilst in Panizzi's employ, Edward refused to act as a special constable to protect the British Museum against the Chartist mobs.
Ex: Hidden among the shops (and foot traffic) of Reid Street, this new product requires sleuthlike skills to find.
Ex: Traffic in the morning, trash at the end of the day, and a chaos of people trying to navigate the maddening crowd in between.
Ex: We were amazed at the throngs of people out and about that day, enjoying the unusually warm and sunny October afternoon.
Ex: On his return, his house was assaulted by a large concourse of rabble, who broke all the windows and attacked, pelted, beat and otherwise ill-treated him.
* lejos del gentío = away from the maddening crowds, far from the maddening crowd(s).
* perderse entre el gentío = lose + Reflexivo + amid the crowd.

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gentío
masculine
crowd
un gran gentío acudió a recibirlos a great crowd (of people) came to meet them
había tal gentío que me volví a casa there were so many people there o it was so crowded that I went home again
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gentío sustantivo masculino
crowd
gentío sustantivo masculino crowd
'gentío' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
aglomeración
English:
drift
- mill about
- mill around
- miss
- press
- riotous
- throng
- merge
- spot
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gentío nm
crowd;
se perdió entre el gentío he disappeared into the crowd
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gentío
m crowd
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gentío nm
muchedumbre, multitud: crowd, mob
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gentío n crowd / crowd of people

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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