Definition of crowded in English:

crowded

Syllabification: crowd·ed
Pronunciation: /ˈkroudid
 
/

adjective

(Of a space) full of people, leaving little or no room for movement; packed: a very crowded room the crowded streets of Manhattan
More example sentences
  • A teenager was jailed yesterday for killing a rape suspect by stabbing him in the middle of a crowded shopping street.
  • In Istanbul thousands of mourners gathered for funerals for some of the 17 people killed by twin blasts in a crowded city square.
  • The old church of Nottingham was already crowded to excess.

Derivatives

crowdedness

noun
More example sentences
  • Now for the city - the first turn-off for me is the crowdedness of Toronto, all the houses are so close together and the traffic constant.
  • The urban battlefield is like no other because of its crowdedness, large variety of challenging features, and wide variability from location-to-location throughout the world.
  • Although the crowdedness of a market segment constrains the attention allocated to a document supplier, the supplier can engage in publishing strategies to attract the attention of users.

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