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Noun
A group of people associated in some way
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“What a motley crew we are. Much more so, I say from my experience, than journalists and politicians.”
Noun
A group of people who work closely together
“An ambulance crew and firefighters eventually arrived to cut the shivering dad from the vehicle.”
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A group of people engaged in a shared enterprise, typically unlawful in nature
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“Ever since he had made the decision to move his ragtag crew of gangsters out of Dirty City, things seemed to keep going from bad to worse.”
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A group of people working on a ship or vessel
“That work is done by the civilian personnel of the yard, but even the engine overhauls are undertaken partly by the ship's crew.”
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A group of two or more trained individuals working on an aircraft
“Waiting now at the end of the runway, the airplane's crew ran one last diagnostic check.”
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A group of players in a sports team
“The Bills will trim their crew of players from 80 to the traditional 53 guys they'll head into the 2020 regular season with.”
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A business enterprise, typically consisting of several organizations or entities
“Louis Vuitton will likely be the world-famous subsidiary of LVMH, the earliest crew of enterprises that specialised in high-end, luxurious products.”
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Staff or workers collectively, especially for a given organization
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A group of advisers, assistants, or others accompanying an important person
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A mariner or sailor, one who mans a ship
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One who works in the crew of a touring band
Verb
To have shouted or screamed, typically to express negative emotions
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“The gods had duped him by making the cock crow at midnight.”
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To provide (an organization, business, etc.) with staff
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Past tense for to (excessively) boast about one's accomplishments, qualities, or possessions
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“Lee, who refused to crow about his victory, was genuinely perplexed as to what had provoked Grant into this supreme blunder.”
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Past tense for to express or show elation or triumph
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“But really, it is a nefarious kind of folly thus to insult his readers by adding nothing fresh, and then standing to crow over his inglorious mound of absurdities.”
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Past tense for to laugh, especially quietly or inwardly
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Past tense for to make a husky, squawking noise
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Past tense for to enjoy oneself or celebrate in a noisy or boisterous way
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