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British English: /swɔːm/
American English: /swɔrm/

Translation of swarm in French:


intransitive verb

  • 2 (people) to swarm into/out of
    entrer/sortir en masse
    to swarm around somebody/something
    se presser autour de quelqu'un/quelque chose
    to be swarming with
    (ants, tourists)
  • 3 (climb) See examples: to swarm up
    monter [quelque chose] en vitesse
    (cliff, hill)

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