English to Welsh Meaning :: huddle

Huddle :
huddle
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Noun(1) (informal(2) a disorganized and densely packed crowd
Verb(1) crowd or draw together(2) crouch or curl up

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(1) Once the anthem was finished, the players moved to their respective side of the field, gathered into a brief team huddle , and then moved into position.(2) Scouts love his size, accuracy and ability to manage the huddle and game.(3) Meanwhile, a huddle of hacks tried to write down his thoughts in the downpour.(4) The harbour walk in Watchet was deserted apart from me and a huddle of damp pigeons.(5) Probably no one was happier to see David Carr back in the huddle than the team's top draft pick.(6) Unfortunately, when a class has been together for a long time, the ├ö├ç├┐old├ö├ç├û members may cluster together in an exclusive huddle .(7) she found her boyfriend in a huddle with one of the city's notorious gossip columnists(8) he controls the huddle and the team better than anybody else(9) He's vocal in the huddle , telling the linemen what he wants and the receivers where they need to be.(10) In their huddle of 20 were Troy Evans, Jay Foreman, Dave Ragone, Wade, Kris Brown, Tony Banks and Bennie Joppru.(11) Branden also joined the early morning escapade, but he merely sat down next to the small huddle of human mass on the floor.(12) The fishermen's village at Puerto Santo TomÔö£├¡s is a huddle of terraced shacks on the bluff above the bay.(13) There is a smoking ban here now so every pub and restaurant has a little huddle of smokers outside.(14) So when they meet these days, they exchange a series of secret signs and code words, and then they go off into a huddle together and giggle a lot.(15) With that, all the popular girls gathered in a huddle and started whispering together.(16) At one point, he even refused to join the team huddle during a timeout.
Related Words
(1) huddle up ::
huddle fyny
(2) huddle together ::
huddle gyda'i gilydd
Synonyms
Noun
1. crowd ::
dorf
2. consultation ::
ymgynghori
3. powwow ::
powwow
Verb
4. crowd ::
dorf
5. curl up ::
cyrlio i fyny
6. huddle together ::
huddle gyda'i gilydd
7. cower ::
cower
Different Forms
huddle, huddled, huddles, huddling
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