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huddle /hʌdl/
  • danh từ
    • đống lộn xộn, mớ lộn xộn; đám đông lộn xộn (người)
      • a huddle of ideas: một mớ những ý nghĩ lộn xộn
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) sự hội ý riêng, sự hội ý bí mật
      • to go into a huddle with somebody: hội ý riêng với ai
  • ngoại động từ
    • ((thường) + together) chất đống lộn xộn; vứt thành đống lộn xộn
    • nội động từ
      • ((thường) + together) túm tụm vào với nhau; nằm rúc vào nhau
        • sheep huddled together at sight of the wolf: cừu túm tụm vào với nhau khi trông thấy chó sói
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) hội ý riêng, hội ý bí mật
      • to huddle along
        • hối hả, vội vàng, tất ta tất tưởi
      • to huddle on nh to huddle along
        • mặc vội vàng
      • to huddle on one's clothé: mặc quần áo vội vàng
      • to huddle over
        • giải quyết vội vàng, làm vội vàng (một công việc...)
      • to huddle up
        • vứt đống lộn xộn, xếp đống lộn xộn
      • giải quyết vội vàng, làm vội vàng qua loa (công việc...)
      • (+ oneself) nằm co lại, nằm cuộn tròn
        • to huddle oneself up in bed; to lie huddled up in bed: nằm cuộn tròn trên giường
      • to huddle through
        • (như) to huddle over
    Concise Dictionary
    +(informal) a quick private conference
    +a disorganized and densely packed crowd
    +crowd or draw together
    +crouch or curl up

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    1 cluster, group, bunch, clump, pack, herd, crowd, throng, mass:
    Everyone got into a huddle, trying to keep warm.
    2 meeting, conference, discussion, consultation:
    They were in a huddle, deciding what to do next.
    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


    little, small, tight


    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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