muchedumbre


muchedumbre
f.
crowd, throng.
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muchedumbre
nombre femenino
1 (de personas) crowd
2 (de cosas) pile
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noun f.
multitude, crowd
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SF
1) [de personas] crowd, throng; pey mob, herd

una muchedumbre de admiradores — a crowd of admirers

2) [de pájaros] flock
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femenino crowd
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= mob, throng, crowd, maddening crowd, throng of people, concourse, rabble.
Ex. Whilst in Panizzi's employ, Edward refused to act as a special constable to protect the British Museum against the Chartist mobs.
Ex. IFLA-goers joined throngs of Brits to watch the military tattoo as kilted bagpipers and military units from around the world displayed their musical and marching skills.
Ex. The second example specifies, 'far adj3 crowd', that the two words, 'far' and 'crowd', must appear within 3 words of one another.
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. The remains were followed by a large concourse of people and were laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery, near Bancroft Nebraska.
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 de la muchedumbre = away from the maddening crowds, far from the maddening crowd(s).
* perderse entre la muchedumbre = lose + Reflexivo + amid the crowd.
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femenino crowd
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= mob, throng, crowd, maddening crowd, throng of people, concourse, rabble.

Ex: Whilst in Panizzi's employ, Edward refused to act as a special constable to protect the British Museum against the Chartist mobs.

Ex: IFLA-goers joined throngs of Brits to watch the military tattoo as kilted bagpipers and military units from around the world displayed their musical and marching skills.
Ex: The second example specifies, 'far adj3 crowd', that the two words, 'far' and 'crowd', must appear within 3 words of one another.
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: The remains were followed by a large concourse of people and were laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery, near Bancroft Nebraska.
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 de la muchedumbre = away from the maddening crowds, far from the maddening crowd(s).
* perderse entre la muchedumbre = lose + Reflexivo + amid the crowd.

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muchedumbre
feminine
crowd, mass of people, throng
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muchedumbre sustantivo femenino
crowd
muchedumbre f (de personas) crowd: no podía distinguirle entre la muchedumbre, I couldn't make him out in the crowd
'muchedumbre' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
alborotar
- arrollar
- compacto
- entre
- multitud
- pulular
English:
crowd
- multitude
- rabble
- thin out
- thrust aside
- drift
- melt
- throng
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muchedumbre nf
[de gente] crowd, throng; [de cosas] great number, masses
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muchedumbre
f crowd
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muchedumbre nf
multitud: crowd, multitude
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muchedumbre n crowd

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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