crowd around/round

Definition of crowd around/round

  1. :  to form a tight group around (something or someone) A small group of people crowded around the car. When one of the protesters began to speak, the people crowded around (him) to hear what he had to say.

Word by Word Definitions

crowdplay
  1. :  to press on :  hurry

    :  to press close

    :  to collect in numbers

  1. :  a large number of persons especially when collected together :  throng

    :  the great body of the people :  populace

    :  most of one's peers

  1. :  an ancient Celtic stringed instrument that is plucked or bowed —called also crwth

    :  violin

aroundplay
  1. :  in a circle or in circumference

    :  in, along, or through a circuit

    :  on all or various sides :  in every or any direction

  1. :  on all sides of

    :  so as to encircle or enclose

    :  so as to avoid or get past :  on or to another side of

  1. :  about

    :  being in existence, evidence, or circulation

roundplay
  1. :  having every part of the surface or circumference equidistant from the center

    :  cylindrical

    :  approximately round

  1. :  around

  1. :  something (such as a circle, globe, or ring) that is round

    :  a knot of people

    :  a circle of things

  1. :  to make round

    :  to make (the lips) round and protruded (as in the pronunciation of \ü\)

    :  to pronounce with lip rounding :  labialize

  1. :  around

    :  all during :  throughout

  1. :  whisper

    :  to speak to in a whisper


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