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crowd round/around (sb/sth)

phrasal verb with crowd /kraʊd/ verb [T] informal
to come together closely in a crowd around someone or something
圍聚,圍擠;聚集在…周圍;團團圍住
As soon as he appeared, reporters crowded round.
他一出現就被記者們團團圍住。
Forming groups (of people)
Translations of “crowd round/around (sb/sth)”
in Chinese (Simplified) 围聚,围挤, 聚集在…周围, 团团围住…
(Definition of crowd round/around (sb/sth) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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