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throngnoun [C]

 us   /θrɔŋ, θrɑŋ/
a large group of people: A huge throng had gathered around the speaker.

throngverb [I/T]

 us   /θrɔŋ/
to be or go somewhere in very large numbers: [T] The narrow streets were thronged with tourists. [I always + adv/prep] Reporters thronged around her.
(Definition of throng from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







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Translations of “throng”
in Korean 군중…
in Arabic حَشد…
in Malaysian sekumpulan…
in French foule…
in Russian толпа…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人群, 群眾…
in Italian folla…
in Turkish büyük kalabalık, insan seli…
in Polish tłum…
in Spanish multitud, atestar, acudir en masa…
in Vietnamese đám đông…
in Portuguese turma…
in Thai ฝูงชน…
in German die Menge…
in Catalan multitud…
in Japanese ~に群集, 大群…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人群, 群众…
in Indonesian orang banyak…
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