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Translation of "mob" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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
(Definition of mob noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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