- n. 杂乱一团；混乱；拥挤
- v. 推挤；乱堆；草率了事
- vt. & vi. (使)挤作一团,(使)聚成一堆 (cause to) crowd together, in a group or in a pile
- [C]杂乱的一堆人〔东西〕 a crowd of people or things, close together and not in any ordered arrangement
(informal) a quick private conference
a disorganized and densely packed crowd;
"a huddle of frightened women"
crowd or draw together;
"let's huddle together--it's cold!"
crouch or curl up;
"They huddled outside in the rain"
- He shouted into the cavernous arena as if he were shouting into a huddle.
- James insisted the Cavs needed to go bigger and broke from the huddle shaking his head in disagreement.
- The track led them to a huddle of barns and outbuildings.
- At the BeiBei plant, women huddle over a conveyor belt in frigid temperatures, gluing rubber sneakers together.
- The house is very small and cannot huddle all of us.
- The enemy huddled all the people.
- It is very cold outside, you'd better huddle the little cats.
- You cannot huddle all the dogs, they will bit each other.
- They like living in a huddle.
- huddle away (v.+adv.)
挤在一起 crowd together
The children huddled away in a corner.
- huddle down (v.+adv.)
缩成团 intensive of huddle
The child huddles down in the bed, listening to the sound of the storm.
- huddle into (v.+prep.)
挤在一起 crowd sb or sth together
huddle sb/sth into sth
She huddled all four boys into one bed.
They huddled the poor children into a corner.
Don't huddle all the boxes into one cupboard.
- huddle on (v.+adv.)
胡乱地穿上 dress on carelessly
huddle sth ⇔ on
I huddled on my clothes and hurried to the factory.
I got up and huddled my clothes on.
- huddle together (v.+adv.)
匆匆地做,草率地做 do sth hurriedly
The children huddled together in the corner of the room.
The cattle huddled together in a corner of the field, trying to keep dry.
They huddled together for warmth.
他们挤在一起取暖。huddle sb/sth ⇔ together
The lost children were huddled together under some fallen leaves, keeping warm.
The sheep were huddled together in a ditch.
羊群被赶到一条沟里挤在一起。huddle sth ⇔ together
He huddled the job together.
That novel appeared to have been huddled together.
- huddle up (v.+adv.)
匆匆地做 do sth in hurry
He was very cold, so he huddled up against his brother in bed.
The refugees huddled up in one part of the house, frightened and uncertain.
难民们在房中的一处缩作一团,惊疑不定。huddle sb/oneself/sth ⇔ up
The little girl huddles herself up.
Your clothes are all huddled up inside the bag.
你的衣服都揉成一团塞在包里。huddle sth ⇔ up
The two countries huddle up a treaty.
- go into a huddle
私下秘密商谈get into a small group, away from other people, in order to talk privately or secretly
- huddle all cats 把猫聚在一起
- huddle all children 让所有的孩子聚在一起
- huddle all the people 让所有的人挤在一起
- huddle the dogs 把狗聚在一块
- huddle comfortably 舒服地挤在一起
- huddle instinctively 本能地挤在一块
- huddle pathetically 可怜地挤在一起
- huddle patiently 容忍地挤在一起
- huddle sluggishly 呆滞地挤在一起
- huddle snugly 紧紧地挤在一块
- huddle away 挤在一起
- huddle down 缩成一团
- huddle on 匆匆穿上
- huddle over 草率地做
- huddle through 草草地完成
- huddle together 草草地拼凑
- huddle up 缩成一团
- be in a huddle with sb 与某人私下商议
In the distance, a huddle of slate rooftops.出自： B. Moore
A huddle of graduate students waiting shyly..to ask the writer serious questions.出自： P. Roth
The Friar..had huddled a friar's frock over his green cassock.出自： Sir W. Scott
The bar-keeper led us upstairs to a room..with..chairs huddled into one corner.出自： R. L. Stevenson
They were huddling and clumping themselves together for mutual protection.出自： W. S. Churchill