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cluster

noun [C] uk   /ˈklʌs.tər/  us   /-tɚ/
[+ sing/pl verb] a group of similar things that are close together, sometimes surrounding something: Have a look at the cluster of galaxies in this photograph. There was a cluster of fans around him, asking for autographs. specialized phonetics a group of two or more consonant sounds that are together and have no vowel sound between them: The /str/ at the beginning of "stray" is a cluster.
cluster
verb [I] uk   us  
People clustered around the noticeboard to read the exam results.
Translations of “cluster”
in Arabic عُنقود…
in Korean 무리…
in Malaysian rumpun…
in French groupe…
in Turkish demet, salkım, küme…
in Italian grappolo, ciuffo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (同類物聚集的)串,叢,束,群…
in Russian скопление…
in Polish grupa, gromada…
in Vietnamese đám, cụm…
in Spanish grupo, racimo…
in Portuguese agrupamento…
in Thai กลุ่ม (สิ่งของหรือคน)…
in German die Traube…
in Catalan grup…
in Japanese かたまり…
in Indonesian kelompok…
in Chinese (Simplified) (同类物聚集的)串,丛,束,群…
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