Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Crowd"

The meaning of "Crowd" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does despite the crowd, he makes it through. mean?
A: It is more natural to say: Despite the defence players, he makes it through. "Crowd" is more like an audience or if you are walking on a street with many people (then you are one member of the crowd on the street).
Q: What does a crowd of well-wisher mean?
A: Add an s to the end of wisher “A crowd of well wishers” It means than a lot of people showed up at a place to give encouragement to someone or a group. “A crowd of well-wishers lined the streets to see Prince Harry get married” “When the President was leaving the hospital, a crowd of well-wishers were there with flowers and cards” “When my so went into the Navy, a crowd of well-wishers from his school came to see him off” Also, you can use the word “group” instead of “crowd
Q: What does wrong crowd mean?
A: It means a bad group of people or people who have a bad influence. "I think my son might be hanging around with the wrong crowd." They're usually teenagers who're really loud and do stupid things and smoke or drink while they're underage and stuff. That kind of thing.
Q: What does They know how to please a crowd mean?
A: They are ‘good with people’ or are charming.
Q: What does the crowds in stands mean?
A: people (a crowd of people) sitting in the stands (the seats at a stadium)

Example sentences using "Crowd"

Q: Please show me example sentences with crowd .
A: There's a huge crowd outside. I got lost in the crowd. Don't crowd around me.
Q: Please show me example sentences with crowd.
A: -The crowd cheered for the Patriots. -The large crowd at the concert made me feel claustrophobic. -The crowd in the store on Black Friday was loud and rude. -"Three's a crowd," Becky said.
Q: Please show me example sentences with crowd.
A: A crowd thronged around the wounded man. After the ambulance drove off, the crowd dispersed. An expectant crowd gathered outside his house. Boxing is a sport that always attracts large crowds. Crowds have been flocking to the beaches in this hot weather. Crowds lined the streets of the city as the president’s car approached. I saw some familiar faces in the crowd. If you want to avoid the crowds, get there early. Police were called to disperse the crowd.
Q: Please show me example sentences with crowd.
A: Yes u can
Q: Please show me example sentences with crowd pleaser.
A: "His comedy act is always a crowd pleaser"

Synonyms of "Crowd" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between large crowd and large crowds ?
A: A large crowd refers to one large crowd, while large crowds is plural. Hence the ‘s’ on the end. Meaning their are multiple large crowds.
Q: What is the difference between I happened to see her in crowd. and I casually see her in crowd. ?
A: the 'i happened to see her in the crowd' meant that you were a bit surprised, and that you didn't know she was there. while 'i casually see her in the crowd' you know that she is there, and you are seeing her
Q: What is the difference between the crowd cheered him and the crowd clapped him ?
A: cheering is a “shout for joy“, clapping is “a strike of the palms of (one's hands) together repeatedly, typically in order to applaud”. They are both a way to show praise or encouragement.
Q: What is the difference between crowd and swarm ?
A: "Crowd" refers to a large group of people, whereas "swarm" refers to a group of bees or other flying insects. For example: "A large crowd gathered around the speaker." "The crops were destroyed by a swarm of locusts."
Q: What is the difference between follow the crowd and follow the flow ?
A: Follow the crowd means copying or following everyone else. Go with the flow means being relaxed and just doing what feels right

Translations of "Crowd"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? crowd
A: We would just say crowd
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? crowd
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? В доме оказалось больше людей, чем обычно(to crowd)use participle
A: The house was more crowded than usual.

Other questions about "Crowd"

Q: Did a crowd of over 18years-old people vote to the 1998 prime minister election? does this sound natural?
A: Did people over 18 years old vote in the 1998 prime minister election?
Q: I mingle with the crowd, and it becomes difficult to find me. does this sound natural?
A: "I blended into the crowd, making it hard to find me." or "As I mingled with the crowd it became difficult to find me." These sound more natural.
Q: You're such a yes-man. or You're such a sheep. or You're always following the crowd. does this sound natural?
A: They are all grammatically correct, but "yes-man" is a little unnatural. "Sheep" is natural, but it sounds very confrontational. "Always following the crowd" is the most natural way to say it out of the three. Some people may get offended, but not as many as would get offended with "sheep".
Q: You're so conspicuous in the crowd. I can find you at once. does this sound natural?
A: You're so conspicuous in a crowd, I can spot you straight away !
Q: You're so conspicuous in the crowd. I can find you at once. does this sound natural?
A: More conversational: "You really stand out in the crowd. I can find you straight away."

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