US: /ˈkɹaʊd/
UK: /kɹˈa‍ʊd/

English Vietnamese dictionary

crowd /kraud/
  • danh từ
    • đám đông
      • to be lost in the crowd: bị lạc trong đám đông
    • (the crowd) quần chúng
    • (thông tục) bọn, lũ, nhóm, tụi, cánh
    • đống, vô số
      • a crowd of papers: đống giấy
    • crowd of sail (hàng hải) sự căng hết (thảy) buồm, sự căng nhiều buồm
    • he might pass in the crowd
      • anh ta chẳng có gì xấu để cho thiên hạ phải để ý, anh ta cũng chẳng có gì để thiên hạ phải để nói
  • nội động từ
    • xúm lại, tụ tập, đổ xô đến
      • to crowd round someone: xúm quanh ai
    • (+ into, through) len vào, chen vào, len qua
    • (hàng hải) đi hết tốc độ, căng hết buồm mà đi
    • ngoại động từ
      • làm cho chật ních, chồng chất, nhét đầy, nhồi nhét
      • tụ tập, tập hợp
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) dùng áp lực đối với (ai), cưỡng bách, thúc giục; quấy rầy
        • to crowd someone's into doing something: dùng áp lực bắt ai làm gì, cưỡng bách ai làm gì
      • (thể dục,thể thao) làm trở ngại, cản (đối phương)
      • to crowd into
        • ùa vào, đổ xô vào, lũ lượt kéo vào
      • to crowd out
        • ùa ra, đổ xô ra, lũ lượt kéo ra
      • đuổi ra ngoài, không cho vào (vì quá đông)
        • to be crowded out: bị ẩy ra ngoài không vào được vì quá đông
      • to crowd (on) sail
        • (hàng hải) gương hết (thảy) buồm

    Advanced English dictionary

    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 [C+sing./pl. v.] a large number of people gathered together in a public place, for example in the streets or at a sports game: He pushed his way through the crowd. + A small crowd had gathered outside the church. + Police had to break up the crowd. + Crowds of people poured into the street. + I want to get there early to avoid the crowds. + The match attracted a capacity crowd of 80 000. + The crowd cheered the winning hit. + crowd control + crowd trouble + A whole crowd of us are going to the ball (= a lot of us). + He left the hotel surrounded by crowds of journalists.
    2 [C+sing./pl. v.] (informal, often disapproving) a particular group of people: Bob introduced her to some of the usual crowd (= people who often meet each other). + the bright young theatrical crowd
    3 (the crowd) [sing.] (sometimes disapproving) ordinary people, not special or unusual in any way: We all like to think we stand out from the crowd (= are different from and better than other people). + He prefers to be one of the crowd. + She's quite happy to follow the crowd.
    + verb [VN]
    1 to fill a place so there is little room to move: Thousands of people crowded the narrow streets.
    2 to fill your mind so that you can think of nothing else: Memories crowded his mind.
    3 (informal) to stand very close to sb so that they feel uncomfortable or nervous
    Phrasal Verbs: crowd around / round
    crowd around / round sb/sth to gather in large numbers around sb/sth: We all crowded around the stove to keep warm. + Photographers were crowding around outside.
    crowd in (on sb)
    crowd into sth (written) (of thoughts, questions etc.) to fill your mind so that you can think of nothing else: Too many uncomfortable thoughts were crowding in on her. + Memories came crowding into her mind.
    crowd into / onto sth
    crowd in to move in large numbers into a small space: We all crowded into her office to sing 'Happy Birthday'.
    crowd sb/sth into / onto sth
    crowd sb/sth in to put many people or things into a small space: Guests were crowded into the few remaining rooms. + They crowd people onto the trains.
    crowd sb/sth out (BrE) to fill a place so that other people or things are kept out

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 throng, multitude, horde, swarm, mass, press, flood, mob, flock, pack:
    A huge crowd descended on the village square.
    2 company, set, circle, lot, bunch, group, coterie, clique, claque, faction:
    She doesn't associate with our crowd any longer.
    3 throng, swarm, herd, pour, pile, press, cluster, gather, get together, flood, flock, assemble, congregate:
    People crowded into the stadium.
    4 push, press, drive, shove, thrust, force, load, pack, cram, jam, corral:
    The police crowded the hooligans into vans.
    5 compress, squeeze, pack, jam, cram, collect; stuff:
    We were so crowded in the cabin we could hardly breathe.

    Collocation dictionary

    1 large number of people in one place


    big, bumper, capacity, good, great, huge, large, massive, record, sell-out, vast
    The show played to capacity crowds.
    | small | gathering, growing | assembled
    The president read a declaration to a vast assembled crowd.
    | jostling, madding, milling, surging
    We pushed our way through the milling crowds of guests.
    | admiring, appreciative, cheering, enthusiastic, excited, expectant | angry, hostile, partisan | rush-hour | motley
    the usual motley crowd of tourists, hawkers and pigeons
    | football, theatre | home (at a football match)


    attract, draw, pull (in)
    Boxing is a sport that always attracts large crowds.
    | break up, disperse
    Police were called to disperse the crowd.
    | control | address, play to | join, mingle with


    assemble, collect, gather
    An expectant crowd gathered outside his house.
    | grow, swell
    The crowd grew to over 15,000.
    | flock, mill, throng
    Crowds have been flocking to the beaches in this hot weather. A crowd thronged around the wounded man.
    | disperse, melt away, thin out
    After the ambulance drove off, the crowd dispersed.
    | cheer, roar | boo, hiss, jeer | line the street
    Crowds lined the streets of the city as the president's car approached.


    among a/the ~
    A bewildered child was wandering among the crowd.
    | in a/the ~
    I saw some familiar faces in the crowd.
    | through a/the ~
    She fought her way through the crowd.
    | ~ of
    a big crowd of football supporters




    the back/front/middle of a crowd 2 the crowd
    ordinary people


    be one of, follow
    She's happy to follow the crowd.
    | stand out from
    We all like to think we stand out from the crowd (= are different from other people).

    Concise English dictionary

    +a large number of things or people considered together
    +an informal body of friends
    +cause to herd, drive, or crowd together
    +fill or occupy to the point of overflowing
    +to gather together in large numbers
    +approach a certain age or speed