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English definition of “swarm with sth”

swarm with sth

verb [I] uk phrasal verb with swarm   /swɔːm/ us    /swɔːrm/
If a place is swarming with people or things, there are large numbers of them moving around it: The garden is swarming with wasps. Something must be going on - the town is swarming with police.
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