intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
huddle (up)(crowd together) apiñarse she huddled against her mother se arrimó a su madreMore example sentences1.2
- 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.
huddle (up)(curl up) acurrucarse*More example sentences1.3 (in US football) hacer* un timbac or un jol
- 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.
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