Translation of huddle in Spanish:

huddle

Pronunciation: /ˈhʌdl/

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • 1.1

    huddle (up)

    (crowd together) apiñarse she huddled against her mother se arrimó a su madre
    More example sentences
    • A crowd of grey cloaked figures huddled together, like a ragged flock of birds.
    • It was a scintillating partnership that wowed the crowd and their teammates, who huddled together on the dressing room balcony to witness a stellar batting exhibition.
    • Trying her best not to stare at the small groups of dirty pirates huddled together on the deck, Pearl followed closely behind Wesley.
    1.2

    huddle (up)

    (curl up) acurrucarse*
    More example sentences
    • Next to us is a woman reading a book, huddled up, occasionally reaching for her glass of wine (in which the level scarcely changes all the time we are there).
    • But on this particular morning she opened the front door to find a fishing box with nothing to indicate who had left it, just a fluffy puffin huddled up inside.
    • The concerned father found his son, huddled up and petrified in the greasy well of the lift shift, clearly in pain from injuries he had suffered.
    1.3 (in US football) hacer* un timbac or un jol

noun/nombre

Phrasal verbs

huddle together

verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio
apiñarse

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