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English definition of “crowd (sth) into sth”

crowd (sth) into sth

verb [T] uk phrasal verb with crowd   /kraʊd/ informal us  
C1 If people crowd or are crowded into a place, they fill it completely: Hordes of commuters crowded into the train.
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