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Translation of "mob" - English-Spanish dictionary

mob

noun   /mɒb/
a large group of people that is often violent or not organized multitud an angry mob
verb   /mɒb/ ( present participle mobbing, past tense and past participle mobbed)
If a group of people mob someone, they get close to and surround that person in order to try to see him or her. asediar She was mobbed by photographers.
(Definition of mob from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mob

noun /mob/
a noisy, violent or disorderly crowd of people banda, chusma He was attacked by an angry mob.
(Definition of mob from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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