horde Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “horde” in the English Dictionary

"horde" in British English

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uk   /hɔːd/  us   /hɔːrd/ often disapproving
[C] a ​largegroup of ​people: Hordes ofstudents on ​bikes made ​crossing the ​roaddifficult.in their hordes informal in very ​greatnumbers: When they ​heard the ​concert was ​free, they came in ​their hordes.
(Definition of horde from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"horde" in American English

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hordenoun [C]

 us   /hɔrd, hoʊrd/
a ​largegroup, esp. of ​people: A horde of ​reporterswaited on the ​lawnoutside the ​WhiteHouse.
(Definition of horde from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “horde”
in Spanish horda (histórico), multitud…
in Vietnamese bầy, lũ, đám…
in Malaysian begitu ramai atau banyak…
in Thai ฝูงชน…
in French horde…
in German die Horde…
in Chinese (Simplified) (人)群…
in Turkish (insan) kalabalık, güruh, sürü…
in Russian полчище, орда…
in Indonesian orang banyak…
in Chinese (Traditional) (人)群…
in Polish horda…
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