3 cluster, gather, crowd or press together, throng or flock together, nestle, jam or cram together, squeeze together:
We huddled in basements during air raids.
4 meet, discuss, confer, consult:
Let's huddle on this question of the advertising schedule.
Advanced English Dictionary
verb, noun +verb[V][usually +adv./prep.] ~ (up) 1 (of people or animals) to gather closely together, usually because of cold or fear: We huddled together for warmth. + They all huddled around the fire. + People huddled up close to each other. 2 to hold your arms and legs close to your body, usually because you are cold or frightened: I huddled under a blanket on the floor. huddled adjective: People were huddled together around the fire. + huddled figures in shop doorways + We found him huddled on the floor. +noun 1 a small group of people, objects or buildings that are close together, especially when they are not in any particular order: People stood around in huddles. + The track led them to a huddle of barns and outbuildings. 2 (in American football) a time when the players gather round to hear the plan for the next part of the game Idioms: get / go into a huddle (with sb) to move close to sb so that you can talk about sth without other people hearing
Collocation Dictionary noun
little, small, tight
VERB + HUDDLE
get into, go into
The team went into a huddle at half-time to discuss their tactics.
in a ~
They stood in a tight huddle, whispering.
| ~ of
A little huddle of men stood in one corner.
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