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flocknoun [C]

us   /flɑk/
a group of sheep, goats, or birds, or a group of people: a flock of ducks a flock of reporters
A flock is also the people who are members of a church.

flockverb [I]

us   /flɑk/
to move or gather together in large numbers: Tourists flock to the village. [+ to infinitive] Crowds of people flocked to see the Picasso exhibition.
(Definition of flock from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







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flocknoun

uk   /flɒk/ us   /flɑːk/

flockverb

uk   /flɒk/ us   /flɑːk/
(Definition of flock from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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