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Перевод:

Noun: толпа народ множество масса
Verb: толпиться вытеснять теснить тесниться

Фразы:

to bustle through a crowd - пробиваться сквозь толпу

to follow / go with the crowd - следовать за большинством, думать и поступать, как все

to stand out in a crowd - выделяться из толпы, быть не таким, как все

in with the wrong crowd - в плохой компании

to detach oneself from the crowd - отделиться от толпы

headless crowd - неорганизованная толпа

to hustle through the crowd - протискиваться сквозь толпу

to join the crowd - примкнуть к толпе

to mingle in / with the crowd - смешаться с толпой

orderly crowd - мирно настроенная толпа

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Примеры:

It is signed by a crowd of names. - Это подписано большим количеством людей.

We were standing crowded together before the picture. - Мы столпились перед картиной.

Don't crowd me, I'll pay. - Я заплачу, только не капай мне на мозги.

George is crowding sixty. - Джорджу скоро шестьдесят.

Too much furniture had been crowded into the sale room. - В торговый зал втиснули слишком много мебели.

He might pass in the crowd. - Он не хуже других.

We all crowded into her office to sing "Happy Birthday". - Мы всей толпой направились в ее кабинет, чтобы спеть ей песню "С днем рожденья тебя".

Soldiers fired on the crowd. - Солдаты открыли огонь по толпе.

A crowd gathered around him. - Вокруг него собралась толпа.

A great crowd had gathered. - Собралась огромная толпа.

They had to push through the crowd. - Им пришлось протискиваться через толпу.

A hush fell over the crowd. - Над толпой воцарилась тишина. / Толпа затихла.

I am suffocated in this crowd. - Я задыхаюсь в этой толпе.

The crowd was eager for more. - Толпа жаждала большего.

A whisper ran through the crowd. - По толпе пробежал шёпот.

The crowd was antsy. - Толпа нервничала.

The crowd was 10,000 strong. - В толпе было десять тысяч человек.

We squeezed through the crowd. - Мы протиснулись сквозь толпу.

She was swallowed up in the crowd. - Она затерялась в толпе.

The band rocked the crowd. - Группа поставила толпу на уши.

The crowd was yelling wildly. - Толпа бешено ревела. / Толпа неистово кричала.

He was swept along by the crowd. - Толпа увлекла его за собой.

How the crowd loved it! - Как же толпе это нравилось!

the dour mood of the crowd - мрачное настроение толпы

The crowd hooted its disgust. - Толпа гудела, выражая своё недовольство.

I don't train with that crowd. - Я не имею никаких отношений с этой толпой

The crowd swept me to the exit. - Толпа вынесла меня к выходу.

The crowd pushed forward. - Толпа сильно напирала.

The crowd surged forwards. - Толпа устремилась вперёд.

in the midst of the crowd - в гуще толпы / посреди толпы

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Фразовые глаголы:

If problems or thoughts crowd in on you, a lot of them happen to you or affect you at the same time, so that they occupy all your attention and make you feel unable to escape.

If one thing crowds out another, it is so successful or common that the other thing does not have the opportunity to be successful or exist.

If problems or thoughts crowd in on you, a lot of them happen to you or affect you at the same time, so that they occupy all your attention and make you feel unable to escape.

If one thing crowds out another, it is so successful or common that the other thing does not have the opportunity to be successful or exist.

Связанные термины:

crowd in: If problems or thoughts crowd in on you, a lot of them happen to you or affect you at the same time, so that they occupy all your attention and make you feel unable to escape .

crowd out: If one thing crowds out another, it is so successful or common that the other thing does not have the opportunity to be successful or exist.

in-crowd: → the in-crowd

the crowd: ordinary people collectively

crowd scene: (in a film, play, or television programme) a scene in which a crowd appears

small crowd: A crowd is a large group of people who have gathered together, for example to watch or listen to something interesting, or to protest about something.

crowd control: the management of crowds at sporting events, demonstrations, etc, to prevent trouble

crowd-pleaser: If you describe a performer, politician, or sports player as a crowd-pleaser, you mean they always please their audience. You can also describe an action or event as a crowd-pleaser .

crowd-puller: If you describe a performer or event as a crowd-puller, you mean that they attract a large audience.

crowd surfing: the practice of being passed over the top of a crowd of people such as an audience at a pop concert

crowd trouble: bad behaviour by fans at a sports match

massive crowd: A crowd is a large group of people who have gathered together, for example to watch or listen to something interesting, or to protest about something.

packed crowd: A crowd is a large group of people who have gathered together, for example to watch or listen to something interesting, or to protest about something.

capacity crowd: a situation when the maximum number of people possible are watching an event such as a sports game or pop concert

crowd reaction: Your reaction to something that has happened or something that you have experienced is what you feel, say, or do because of it.

expectant crowd: A crowd is a large group of people who have gathered together, for example to watch or listen to something interesting, or to protest about something.

rent-a-crowd: a group of people who are considered to always be protesting in a seemingly irrational manner, as if simply hired from a rental service for the purpose of protesting

the in-crowd: fashionable people; top people

crowd on sail: to hoist as much sail as possible

crowd one's luck: to take unnecessary risks in an already favorable situation

follow the crowd: to conform with the majority

the wrong crowd: A particular crowd is a group of friends, or a set of people who share the same interests or job.

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Однокоренные слова:

crowd out - вытеснять
crowd through - втискиваться, протискиваться

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