English version

the crowd

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe crowdthe crowdordinary people, not unusual in any way You have to do things exceptionally well to stand out from the crowd (=be different from ordinary people). He wanted to go unnoticed, to be one of the crowd. crowd
Examples from the Corpus
stand out from the crowdEven now, Jonadab held himself as erect as in his youth and stood out from the crowd.The real problem is to make your particular message stand out from the crowd.When it comes to a basic current account, there is little a bank can do to stand out from the crowd.And for those determined enough to stand out from the crowd by virtue of understatement, that may well be enough.
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