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Is crowded a noun or verb?
CROWDED (adjective) definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary.
Is crowded a noun verb or adjective?
crowded (adjective) crowd–pleaser (noun)
Can crowded be a verb?
Verb Boxes crowded the floor of my apartment. There are too many products crowding the market. The club has been accused of crowding too many people into too small a space.
Which part of speech is crowded?
crowded: being full of people or things….crowd.
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What is this word crowded?
adjective. filled to excess; packed. filled with a crowd: crowded streets. uncomfortably close together: crowded passengers on a bus.
What word means crowded?
- (or chockful),
Is crowded a verb or adverb?
verb (used without object), crowed or, for 1, (especially British), crew;crowed;crow·ing. to utter the characteristic cry of a rooster.
What’s the adjective of crowded?
adjective. adjective. /ˈkraʊdəd/ crowded (with something) 1having a lot of people or too many people crowded streets a crowded bar In the spring the place is crowded with skiers.
Which kind of noun is crowd?
crowd. 1[countable] a large number of people gathered together in a public place, for example in the streets or at a sports game He pushed his way through the crowd. A small crowd had gathered outside the church.
What type of adjective is crowd?
filled to excess; packed. filled with a crowd: crowded streets. uncomfortably close together: crowded passengers on a bus.