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bustlingadjective

uk   us   /ˈbʌs.lɪŋ/
If a ​place is bustling, it is ​full of ​busyactivity: This used to be a bustling ​town but a lot of ​people have ​moved away over ​recentyears. The ​house, usually bustling withactivity, was ​strangelysilent.
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Translations of “bustling”
in Chinese (Simplified) 熙熙攘攘的,忙乱的…
in Turkish hareketli, canlı, insan kaynaması…
in Russian оживленный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 熙熙攘攘的,忙亂的…
in Polish tętniący życiem…
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