a number of animals
a large number of people; mob
come or bring together in a large group, especially roughly
look after or drive (animals) in a herd
"his brilliance raised him above the ruck"
"the children resembled a fairy herd"
"We herded the children into a spare classroom"
"Who will be herding the cattle when the cowboy dies?"
He got stuck into the milking, and had the herd finished before dark.
出自： M. Shadbolt
They were particularly adept at herding and driving prey during hunting manoeuvres.
出自： D. Morris
They had herded nearly three thousand longhorns thirteen hundred miles.
出自： J. A. Michener
They herd the captives along.
出自： J. M. Coetzee
These animals are in general fond of herding and grazing in company.
They all herded forward over a bridge.
出自： R. Ingalls
他们往角落里聚集。 herd sb into sth
The teacher herded the children into the classroom.
人们像牛群一般聚在一起。 herd sb/sth ⇔ together
The dogs herded the sheep together.
They herded the prisoners together.
He herded everyone together to sing folk songs.
They were herded together into trucks and driven away.