English version

gaggle

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgagglegag‧gle /ˈɡæɡəl/ noun  1 a gaggle of tourists/children etc2 a gaggle of geese
Examples from the Corpus
gaggleThen I saw a gaggle of youths arriving with guitar cases for a recording session, and I changed my mind.The local press came in curious gaggles, and the students eased shyly into their new incarnations as media darlings.Somehow he did his duty, and Gladys joined the growing gaggle of young women.And here, gaggles of exuberant fourth-graders begged for his autograph as if he were Pluto in Disneyland.
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