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crowd around (sb/sth)

(UK also crowd round (sb/sth))
phrasal verb with crowd uk   us   /kraʊd/ verb [T] informal
C1 to come together closely in a crowd around someone or something: As soon as he appeared, reporters crowded round.
(Definition of crowd around (sb/sth) from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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