There are 2 translations of flock in Spanish:

flock1

Pronunciation: /flɑːk; flɒk/

n

  • 1 countable/numerable (+ singular or plural verb/+ verbo en singular o plural) 1.1 (of sheep) rebaño (m); (of birds) bandada (f) 1.2 (of people) (often plural/frecuentemente plural) tropel (m), multitud (f) they came in flocks vinieron en tropel or en masa
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    • She looked out and saw a flock of men crowded around the stage.
    • For she gathered around her a flock of virgins, a fruit-bearing orchard, a garden in bloom.
    • I noticed a crowd was gathering, a flock of women in huddles whispering to each other on the outskirts of the crowd.
    1.3 [Religion/Religión] feligreses (mpl), grey (f)
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    • I could surrender everything to the Lord - my dear wife and children, my congregation as a dear flock, the seminary and its staff.
    • A Newbold church is packing its pews with a new flock of Asian Christians thanks to the multi-lingual skills of the curate.
    • And he has urged his flock to contemplate their Christian response and ‘reflect with the eyes of faith on the big issues of the day.’
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    • After that they may join a flock of other juvenile birds.
    • A flock of four birds is the most common size in Parus during winter.
    • They shot through the clouds and scared a flock of native birds.
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    • Just about all the staff are very conservative, good church-going types - and I stick out like a purple goat in a flock of white-washed sheep.
    • Yohanna climbed the path over the mountain, and there at the crest in the middle of a flock of sheep and goats, stood Yusef and David, tending three donkeys laden with packs.
    • They also run a flock of early lambing sheep and a small suckler cow herd.
  • 2 uncountable/no numerable (wool, cotton — as stuffing) borra (f); (— as decoration) flocado (m); (before noun/delante del nombre) [mattress] de borra flock (wall)paperpapel pintado con relieve de terciopelo
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    • All excess flock fibers are automatically collected and recycled back to the dispensing hopper.
    • In considering the diagnosis of flock worker's lung, the symptom profile is crucial in raising clinical suspicion.
    • Those results are consistent with Schillaci's findings and support our flock composition results.
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    • But the very existence of Michelin-starred Indian restaurants may signal the death knell of flock wall-paper, lager and an onion bhaji.
    • The hall was decorated in green flock paper, and was furnished with a modern two layer bronze and teak tripod table.

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There are 2 translations of flock in Spanish:

flock2

vi

  • acudir (en gran número, en masa) everyone flocked to hear the mayor todo el mundo acudió a escuchar al alcalde people came flocking into town for the carnival muchísima gente vino or acudió a la ciudad para los carnavales to flock together congregarse*, reunirse fans flocked around their idol los fans rodearon a su ídolo customers have been flocking in ha venido un gran número de clientes
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    • But the dance crowd also flocks to more obscure events.
    • In fact, crowds from all over the world flock here to enjoy its solitude.
    • After many years in the doldrums, cinema groups are reporting a massive increase in takings, as crowds flock back to the big screen.

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Word of the day madeja
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Cultural fact of the day

The CAP (Curso de Adaptación Pedagógica) is a course taken in Spain by graduates with degrees in subjects other than education, who want to teach at secondary level. Students take a CAP in a particular subject, such as mathematics, literature, etc.