1. n. Numerous people.

2. n. A clique or birds of a feather.

3. v. Take fronts in line without permission.

4. v. Invade someone's personal space.

5. v. Get in people's way.
That crowd (1) is crowding (5) my doorway because they're all crowding (3). That crowd (2) must enjoy crowding (4) each other.
de Downstrike 23 décembre 2004
a large number of peolpe or animals
there was a huge crowd at the pub last night
de Lee Holland 14 septembre 2003
A label given when the number of beings (whether they be humans or another kind of breathing lifeform) exceed the number of meters in which all that contribute to the label of ‘crowd’ currently are. Some may claim that 3 or more is a crowd - if all are within a meter or two radius, then it is classified as a very small crowd. Several amateur singers, actors, dancers and performers become very familiar and comfortable with this size.
In a densely populated crowd, the concept of personal space is neither respected nor recognized by others.
de Dakura Deoman 31 janvier 2007
A group of people...
Did you see the crowd of people at the football game...
de Mark Weldon 16 septembre 2003
1: a lot of people in the same place.
2: to block an entrance.
3: What chinease people call those white fluffy things in the sky.
At the rock show, there was a big crowd.
de Your Friend 13 septembre 2003
Many people gathered together.
The crowd cheered as one at the entertainer.
de Wammy 17 septembre 2003

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