Bedeutung von “among” — Learner’s Dictionary

among

preposition us uk /əˈmʌŋ/ also amongst, uk /əˈmʌŋst/ us
Extra Examples
A fight broke out among the crowd.The prize money will be divided equally among the winners.There is a lack of motivation among the staff.The case has stirred great anger among the public.The use of guns prevails among the gangs in this area.
IN THE MIDDLE

A2 in the middle of something:

He disappeared among the crowd.
IN A GROUP

A2 in a particular group:

The decision will not be popular among students.
I'm going to give you a minute to talk amongst yourselves (= talk to each other).
ONE OF A GROUP

to be one of a small group:

He is among the top five tennis players in the country.
DIVIDE

to each one in a group:

She divided the cake among the children.

(Definition von “among” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)