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mob

noun [+ sing/pl verb]
 
 
/mɒb/ US  /mɑːb/
[C] usually disapproving a large angry crowd, especially one which could easily become violent
暴民,亂民
The angry mob outside the jail was/were ready to riot.
監獄外憤怒的暴民準備鬧事。
a lynch mob
行私刑的暴民
Fifty people were killed in three days of mob violence.
三天的暴亂中有50人喪生。
Groups of people
[C] informal a group of people who are friends or who are similar in some way
一群人,一夥;幫派,團夥
The usual mob were/was hanging out at the bar.
酒吧裡閒混的還是往常那夥人。
Groups of people
[S] informal an organization of criminals
犯罪集團
a New York mob leader
紐約犯罪集團的頭目
→  See also mobster Gangsters, thugs and criminal organizations
Translations of “mob”
in Korean 폭도…
in Arabic عِصابة…
in French cohue…
in Italian ressa, marmaglia…
in Russian толпа…
in Turkish taşkın kalabalık, azgın topluluk, güruh…
in Polish tłum…
in Spanish banda, chusma…
in Portuguese turba, multidão…
in German der Mob…
in Catalan multitud…
in Japanese 暴徒…
in Chinese (Simplified) 暴民,乱民, 一群人,一伙, 帮派,团伙…
(Definition of mob noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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