Definición de multitude en inglés:


Silabificación: mul·ti·tude
Pronunciación: /ˈməltəˌt(y)o͞od


  • 1A large number: a multitude of medical conditions are due to being overweight
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Today the seas teem with multitudes of creatures comprising hundred of thousands of species.
    • To even imply that is to insult the mind-set and values of those faceless multitudes who flock to the cinema halls every other day and make or mar the fortunes of many a film.
    • The centre piece is the Victoria Falls in Livingstone which has so far played host to multitudes of tourists visiting the city.
    a lot, a great/large number, a great/large quantity, a host, a horde, a mass, a swarm, an abundance, a profusion; scores, quantities, droves
    informal a slew, lots, loads, masses, stacks, heaps, piles, tons, dozens, hundreds, thousands, millions, gazillions, bajillions
  • 1.1 (the multitudes) Large numbers of people: the multitudes using the roads
  • 1.2 (the multitude) A large gathering of people: Father Peter addressed the multitude
  • 1.3 (the multitude) The mass of ordinary people without power or influence: placing ultimate political power in the hands of the multitude
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    • It is no longer feasible to convince the multitudes to expect little from their leaders, now that they have learned of international standards of governance.
    • The danger of these regimes is also in inflicting on multitudes the state of mass fear and, consequently, the state of psychological abnormality.
    • And those faceless multitudes, often unlettered, usually uneducated, have been able to guess it right.
    crowd, gathering, assembly, congregation, flock, throng, horde, mob
    formal concourse
    common people, people, populace, masses, rank and file, commonality, plebeians, proletariat; mob
    derogatory hoi polloi, rabble, riffraff, (great) unwashed, (common) herd, proles, plebs
    humorous sheeple
    historical third estate
  • 1.4 archaic The state of being numerous: they would swarm over the river in their multitude


cover a multitude of sins

see cover.


Middle English: via Old French from Latin multitudo, from multus 'many'.

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Pronunciación: skəʊʃ
a small amount; a little