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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcrowdedcrowd‧ed /ˈkraʊdɪd/ ●●● S3 adjective  CROWDtoo full of people or thingsempty a crowded room a crowded street The train was very crowded, and we had to stand.crowded with The narrow roads were crowded with holiday traffic.
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crowdedThe train was really crowded.a crowded elevatorWhen the population is put in the context of land size, Britain emerges clearly as a crowded island.Lafaille's climbs give vivid illustration that adventure can still be found, even in the world's most crowded massif.He was given an ancient, unreliable car and in this he made long journeys and addressed crowded meetings.My parents and Joan were on the crowded pavement near an ice-cream cart and a streamer seller.But judging by the crowded platform, nobody seems to mind.Behind the taxis is a crowded railway station and beyond that, the port.The steamer swings lowing through crowded waterways.It was two weeks before Christmas and the mall was crowded with shoppers.crowded withThe bus was crowded with schoolchildren.
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