English version

the in-crowd

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe in-crowdthe in-crowdGROUP OF PEOPLEa small group of people in an organization who are fashionable, popular, or powerful, but who do not let many other people join them I was never one of the in-crowd at school. in-crowd
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the in-crowdWe were never part of the in-crowd in high school.
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