Bedeutung von “crowd” — Learner’s Dictionary

crowd

noun us uk /kraʊd/
Extra Examples
a great crowd of peopleA crowd of noisy protesters gathered in the square.Police erected barriers to hold back the crowd.The police said that the crowd was generally well-behaved.She watched him disappear into the crowd.
LARGE GROUP [ C ]

A2 a large group of people who are together in one place:

A large crowd had gathered to wait for the princess.
Shop early and avoid the crowds.
PARTICULAR GROUP [ no plural ] informal

a group of friends or people with similar interests:

the art/theatre crowd
I don't know many people in Ellen's crowd.

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