organized group of criminals
group of especially young men who cause trouble
organized group of workers
cause to group together into a gang
move or act as a gang; attack in a gang
"police tried to break up the gang"
"a pack of thieves"
"he still hangs out with the same crowd"
I had fitted her with a gang of oars.
出自： G. Shelvocke
The best laid schemes o' mice an' men Gang aft a-gley.
出自： R. Burns
Gang to your bed, lass, I'll tend to the rest.
出自： L. G. Gibbon
The little knot of people that had ganged to listen.
出自： R. Price
A number of unruly youth ganged up and terrorized the district.
一些不法青年结成一伙,使这个地区充满恐怖。 gang up against〔on〕 sb
She feels that everyone's ganging up against her.
A group of people ganged up against the man who beat his dog.
The spokesman said that Australia,Canada and New Zealand would gang up against Britain's joining the Common Market.
That small nation is afraid that if she makes one false move the other countries may gang up on her.
The victim had no chance when four or five thugs ganged up on him.