Definición de flash mob en inglés:

flash mob

Saltos de línea: flash mob
Pronunciación: /ˈflaʃmɒb


A large public gathering at which people perform an unusual or seemingly random act and then disperse, typically organized by means of the Internet or social media: equipped with cameras and LED lights, a flash mob of 135 people appeared out of nowhere to put on a performance


flash mobber

Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • According to one of the many websites devoted to the phenomenon, flash mobbers are rebels, who ‘self-organise their entertainment rather than buying a ticket, standing in line and passively consuming prepackaged entertainment’.
  • At the signal to start - the opening of a purple and green umbrella - the hundreds of flash mobbers fell to the ground and started screaming and flailing their limbs as if an earthquake had struck.
  • Groups suddenly and unexpectedly removed the Bostoncitymob Web site, where Boston flash mobbers were organizing.

flash mobbing

Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Despite the planning that goes into making a flash mob, there is something inherently anarchic about flash mobbing.
  • Flash mobbing is fast developing into the nation's favourite hobby.
  • The Python-esque incident was thought to have been Britain's first brush with flash mobbing - a trend which started in the United States.

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