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flock /flock/
  • danh từ
    • cụm, túm (bông, len)
    • (số nhiều) len phế phẩm, bông phế phẩm (để nhồi nệm)
    • bột len, bột vải (để rắc lên giấy dán tường)
    • (số nhiều) (hoá học) kết tủa xốp, chất lẳng xốp
    • ngoại động từ
      • nhồi (nệm...) bằng bông len phế phẩm
      • danh từ
        • đám đông
          • to come in flocks: đến từng đám đông
        • đàn, bầy
          • a flock of ducks: một đàn vịt
          • the teacher and his flock: giáo viên và học sinh của ông
        • các con chiên, giáo dân
        • there's a black in every flock
          • đám con chiên nào cũng có con chiên ghẻ
      • nội động từ
        • tụ tập, quây quần, tập trung lại thành đám đông
        • lũ lượt kéo đến
          • crowds of people flocked to the theatre: từng đám đông người lũ lượt kéo đến rạp hát
        • birds of a feather flock together
          • (xem) bird
      Concise Dictionary
      flocks|flocked|flockingflɑk /flɒk
      noun
      +a church congregation guided by a pastor
      +a group of birds
      +(often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent
      +an orderly crowd
      +a group of sheep or goats
      verb
      +move as a crowd or in a group
      +come together as in a cluster or flock

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      n.
      1 body, company, group, band, pack, bunch, troop, set, collection, assembly, convoy, gathering, congregation, crowd, mass, mob, throng, gang, multitude, number, quantity, host, horde, swarm, drove; herd, flight, troupe, fleet, school; bevy:
      A huge flock of buyers sought bargains in the post-Christmas sales.
      v.
      2 assemble, meet, collect, gather, come or go together, congregate, crowd, mass, mob, throng, pour, flood, swarm, herd (together), band together, go:
      People flocked around the speaker.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      noun, verb
      + noun
      1 [C+sing./pl. v.] ~ (of sth) a group of sheep, goats or birds of the same type
      Compare: HERD
      2 [C+sing./pl. v.] ~ (of sb) a large group of people, especially of the same type: a flock of children / reporters + They came in flocks to see the procession.
      3 [C+sing./pl. v.] (literary) the group of people who regularly attend the church of a particular priest, etc.
      4 [U] small pieces of soft fabric used for filling cushions, chairs, etc: a flock mattress
      5 [U] small pieces of soft material on the surface of a fabric or paper that produce a raised pattern: flock wallpaper
      + verb
      to go or gather together somewhere in large numbers: [V +adv./prep.] Thousands of people flocked to the beach this weekend. + Huge numbers of birds had flocked together by the lake. + [V to inf] People flocked to hear him speak.
      Idioms see BIRD


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