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How do you say ‘a crowd of people’ in Japanese?

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Today's phrase is 人混み(hitogomi).

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A crowd of people is called 人混み(hitogomi) in Japanese.

人 means 'people' and 混み means 'crowd'.

Example

あそこ,すごい人混みだね。なにかイベントでもやってるのかな?
There is a great crowd of people over there. I wonder if there is any event.

人混みが嫌いです。
I don't like crowded places.



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