- enjambre (m) a swarm of mosquitoes un enjambre or una nube de mosquitos swarms of reporters una multitud de periodistas they came in swarms to see her llegaban a verla en manadasMore example sentences
- We made our way among a swarm of bodies, until I was face to face with a woman who was sobbing uninhibitedly.
- The opening minutes saw the Trinity goal a swarm of bodies as Emmaus launched several attacks that had Trinity on the back foot.
- Loup shouted, and a swarm of vehicles and troops charged from the base into the Oppressor line.
- 1 [bees] enjambrar people swarmed around the stalls la gente se aglomeraba or se apiñaba or pululaba alrededor de los puestos the flies swarmed around the meat las moscas revoloteaban or pululaban alrededor de la carne the crowd swarmed into the square la multitud irrumpió en la plazato swarm
withsb/sth the beaches were swarming with tourists las playas eran un hormiguero de turistas, las playas estaban plagadas de turistas the place was swarming with flies el lugar estaba lleno de moscasMore example sentences
- But for many in the South, the annual emergence of fertile, winged termites swarming furiously to scatter and search for mates isn't one of them.
- Honeybees swarm, using hollows in trees which would otherwise be home to native birds or animals.
- During their tests, honeybees swarmed areas where explosive residue was present.
- 2 (climb) to swarm up sth trepar a algo to swarm down sth descolgarse* por algoMore example sentences
- In what seemed like an unprecedented invasion, the ladybugs, or lady beetles, as they are also known, appeared everywhere, swarming around buildings and trees.
- With views obscured by buildings, people swarmed on to the roads and headed towards open areas, such as Lendal Bridge and Museum Gardens, blocking the path of motorists and buses.
- Police and federal agents swarmed in on that building today as part of a joint anti-terror operation.