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The boys disappeared into the crowd.
a crowd of 30,000
An angry crowd had gathered on the steps of the palace.
Crowds of people began making their way to the station.
He takes off his shirt and the crowd goes wild.
I spent an evening out with the usual crowd.
It's easy just to follow the crowd, but you have to do what's right for you.
He's the kind of man that stands out in a crowd.
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American English version of definition of crowd
the design of buildings or public spaces in a way which discourages people from touching, climbing or sitting on them …
a bird with a long thin beak that lives mainly in wet areas
a situation in which a country's armed forces are physically present in an area of conflict …
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Definition of crowd from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.