Definition of throng in English:

throng

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Pronunciation: /θrɒŋ
 
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noun

verb

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Origin

Old English (ge)thrang 'crowd, tumult', of Germanic origin. The early sense of the verb (Middle English) was 'press violently, force one's way'.

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