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a plague of rats/locusts etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha plague of rats/locusts etca plague of rats/locusts etcINCREASE IN NUMBER OR AMOUNTan uncontrolled and harmful increase in the numbers of a particular animal or insect A plague of squirrels is threatening our forests. plague
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a plague of rats/locusts etcFrom Tracy Luv to Sarah-Lou, Corrie kids are as well-behaved as a plague of locusts.I wonder what really causes a plague of rats?
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