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mob US English

A large crowd of people, especially one that is disorderly and intent on causing trouble or violence

the Mob in mob US English

The Mafia or a similar criminal organization

the mob in mob US English

The ordinary people

flash mob US English

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

smart mob US English

A group of people who assemble, move, or act collectively by using cellular phones or other wireless devices to communicate

mob rule US English

Control of a political situation by those outside the conventional or lawful realm, typically involving violence and intimidation

lynch mob US English

A band of people intent on lynching someone

mob-handed US English

In considerable numbers

mobcap US English

A large soft hat covering all of the hair and typically having a decorative frill, worn indoors by women in the 18th and early 19th centuries

mob US Thesaurus

troops dispersed the mob

mob English-Spanish

turba f, muchedumbre f

flash mob English-Spanish

flashmovilización popular repentina de personas que no se conocen entre sí, organizada por Internet

mob-handed English-Spanish

en masa, en mogollón, en choclón

mob rule in mob English-Spanish

la ley de la calle

his words stirred the mob to fury in stir English-Spanish

sus palabras provocaron la furia de la multitud

they stirred up the mob to violence in stir English-Spanish

incitaron a la muchedumbre a la violencia

they stirred up the mob to violence in stir up English-Spanish

incitaron a la muchedumbre a la violencia


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