(a) large number of people gathered together
mass of spectators; audience
a large number of (people or things)
come together in a crowd
put purpose on
"a crowd of insects assembled around the flowers"
"he still hangs out with the same crowd"
"We herded the children into a spare classroom"
"The students crowded the auditorium"
"men in straw boaters and waxed mustaches crowded the verandah"
"She is pushing fifty"
The first to be swept away were the crowds of middle-men.
出自： J. B. Priestley
Then official duties crowded the matter from his mind.
出自： O. Henry
当赛场的大门打开时,球迷们一拥而进。 crowd sb ⇔ in
It's impossible to crowd any more football supporters in.
不能再让其他球迷挤到里边去了。 crowd sb/sth ⇔ in
Mr. Smith is seeing people all morning, but if the matter is urgent I'll see if I can crowd you in.
They all crowded into the cinema.
They crowded through the gate into the stadium.
他们挤过大门,进入运动场。 crowd sb/sth into sth
I crowded everything into my suitcase.
Reporters and photographers were crowded into the lobby.
Too much furniture had been crowded into the sales room.
售货处塞的家具太多了。 crowd sb/sth into sth
If the matter is urgent,I'll see if I can crowd you into Mr. Black's timetable today.
如果事情紧急,我看能不能把你安排在布莱克先生的时间表中。 crowd sth into one's mind
So many thoughts of Haas were now crowded into her mind, all at once.
演出结束后,人们涌了出来。 crowd sb ⇔ out (of sth)
I tried to keep my place in the queue, but they crowded me out.
Some football fans were crowded out of the football ground.
一些足球迷被挤出足球场。 crowd sb/sth ⇔ out (of sth)
The big firms tried to crowd our small business out of the market.
We would have liked to print your letter in the newspaper, but it was crowded out by important news.
The children crowded round to hear the story.
The people crowded round the scene of the accident.