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Definition of crowded adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



    crowded (with something)
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  1. 1having a lot of people or too many people crowded streets a crowded bar In the spring the place is crowded with skiers. London was very crowded. compare uncrowded
  2. 2full of something a room crowded with books We have a very crowded schedule.
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