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swarm

verb [I]     /swɔːm/ US  /swɔːrm/
When insects swarm, they come together in a large group.Animal groupings When people swarm somewhere, they move there in a large group or in large numbers: After the game, thousands of football fans swarmed onto the pitch.Acting, being or existing together
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