crowded

英 ['kraʊdɪd] 美 ['kraʊdɪd]
  • adj. 拥挤的;塞满的
  • v. 拥挤(crowd的过去分词)
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1. Thousands of refugees are packed into over-crowded towns and villages.
成千上万的难民涌入拥挤不堪的城镇和村庄。

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2. In the 1980s American exports crowded out European films.
20世纪80年代美国出口影片把欧洲影片挤出了市场。

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3. Never before has a summit had such a crowded agenda.
以前从来没有一次峰会的日程排得这么满。

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4. In those crowded streets her attire did not rate a second glance.
在那些拥挤的街道她的穿着并未引起注意。

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5. "Bravo, bravo," chanted party workers crowded in the main hall.
“太好了,太好了,”聚集在正厅的该党工作人员反复喊着。

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