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crowd·ed

(krou′dĭd)
adj.
1. Filled near or to capacity: a crowded bus.
2. Filled with a crowd: a crowded plaza.
3. Having insufficient space for comfort: "When wealthy Dutch settlers began feeling crowded in lower Manhattan, they moved to verdant farmlands north of the city" (Janet Groene).

crowd′ed′ness n.

crowd•ed

(ˈkraʊ dɪd)

adj.
1. filled to excess; packed: a crowded elevator.
2. filled with a crowd: crowded streets.
3. uncomfortably close together.
[1605–15]
crowd′ed•ly, adv.
crowd′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.crowded - overfilled or compacted or concentrated; "a crowded theater"; "a crowded program"; "crowded trains"; "a young mother's crowded days"
uncrowded - having or allowing sufficient room; "an uncrowded train"; "an uncrowded view"

crowded

adjective packed, full, busy, mobbed, cramped, swarming, overflowing, thronged, teeming, congested, populous, jam-packed, crushed The street was crowded and noisy.

crowded

adjective
1. Affording little room for movement:
2. Having all parts near to each other:
3. Excessively filled with detail:
Translations
přecpanýpřeplněný
propfuldstuvende fuld
täpötäysitäynnä oleva
pretrpan
yfirfullur
込み合った
붐비는
prepchatý
nabit
trång
ซึ่งเต็มไปด้วยฝูงชน
kalabalıktıklım tıklım dolu
đông đúc

crowded

[ˈkraʊdɪd] ADJ [room] (with people) → atestado (de gente), abarrotado (de gente); [meeting, event] → muy concurrido; [day] → lleno de actividad
it's very crowded hereesto está atestado or abarrotado (de gente)
she has a very crowded scheduletiene una agenda muy apretada
crowded urban areaszonas fpl urbanas muy pobladas
they live in crowded conditionsviven hacinados
every room is crowded with furnituretodas las habitaciones están abarrotadas de muebles
the bar gets very crowded after nine o'clockel bar se llena de gente a partir de las nueve
the houses are crowded togetherlas casas están apiñadas

crowded

[ˈkraʊdɪd] adj
(= full, busy) [room, streets, bar] → bondé(e)
crowded with [+ people] → plein de
to be crowded into [+ room] → s'entasser dans
(= overpopulated) [area, town] → surpeuplé(e)crowd-pleaser crowd pleaser [ˈkraʊdpliːzər] n
to be a crowd-pleaser → plaire aux foulescrowd-puller crowd puller [ˈkraʊdpʊlər] n (= event) → grosse attraction f; [person] to be a crowd-puller → attirer les foulescrowd scene n (in play, film)scène f de foule

crowded

adj
(= filled with people) train, shop etcüberfüllt; the streets/shops/trains are crowdedes ist voll auf den Straßen/in den Geschäften/in den Zügen; crowded with peoplevoller Menschen; a room crowded with childrenein Zimmer voller Kinder; to play to a crowded house (Theat) → vor vollem Haus spielen; the holiday was crowded with incidentsdie Ferien waren sehr ereignisreich; a mind crowded with factseine Ansammlung von Faktenwissen (im Kopf)
(= overpopulated) city, districtüberbevölkert; conditionsbeengt; it’s a crowded professiones ist ein überfüllter Berufszweig

crowded

[ˈkraʊdɪd] adj (meeting, event, place) → affollato/a, gremito/a; (town) → molto popolato/a; (day) → pieno/a; (profession) → inflazionato/a
crowded with → pieno/a di, gremito/a di, stipato/a di

crowd

(kraud) noun
1. a number of persons or things gathered together. A crowd of people gathered in the street.
2. a group of friends, usually known to one another. John's friends are a nice crowd.
verb
1. to gather in a large group. They crowded round the injured motorcyclist.
2. to fill too full by coming together in. Sightseers crowded the building.
ˈcrowded adjective
having or containing a lot of people or things. crowded buses.

crowded

مُزْدَحِم přeplněný propfuld überfüllt συνωστισμένος atestado täynnä oleva bondé pretrpan affollato 込み合った 붐비는 samengepakt fullpakket zatłoczony lotado переполненный trång ซึ่งเต็มไปด้วยฝูงชน kalabalık đông đúc 拥挤的

crowded

adj (dent) apiñado; — teeth dientes apiñados
References in classic literature ?
Becoming more excited Joe Welling crowded the young reporter against the front of the feed store.
The next three days were crowded with events and with work.
I suppose, in the crowded clutter of their cave, the old man had come to believe that peace and order had vanished from the earth, or existed only in the old world he had left so far behind.
The physical need for sleep began to overtake her; the exuberance which had sustained and exalted her spirit left her helpless and yielding to the conditions which crowded her in.
The crowded mirror of the Horican was gone; and, in its place, the green and angry waters lashed the shores, as if indignantly casting back its impurities to the polluted strand.
In the solitude of night, with the hum of the great city rising below her-- at times even in theatres or crowded assemblies of men and women-- she forgot herself, and again stood in the weird brilliancy of that moonlight night in mute worship at the foot of that slowly-rising mystic altar of piled terraces, hanging forests, and lifted plateaus that climbed forever to the lonely skies.
But still there was something tough and vigorous about him, that not only kept him in daily breath, but enabled him to fill a place which would else have been vacant in the apparently crowded world.
said Don Pedro, looking downwards into the crowded plazza, with humorous concern.
But as I was crowded for space, and wished the other parts of my body to remain a blank page for a poem I was then composing --at least, what untattooed parts might remain --I did not trouble myself with the odd inches; nor, indeed, should inches at all enter into a congenial admeasurement of the whale.
There is no reason at all," said he quietly, "except the fashion; they say that a horse would be so frightened to see the wheels of his own cart or carriage coming behind him that he would be sure to run away, although of course when he is ridden he sees them all about him if the streets are crowded.
Once crowded in here, the creatures were prisoned, each in a separate pen, by gates that shut, leaving them no room to turn around; and while they stood bellowing and plunging, over the top of the pen there leaned one of the "knockers," armed with a sledge hammer, and watching for a chance to deal a blow.
The kitchen was full of all his compeers, who had hurried and crowded in, from the various cabins, to hear the termination of the day's exploits.