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Meaning of 摩肩接踵

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jiān jiē zhǒng
lit. rubbing shoulders and following in each other's footsteps; a thronging crowd
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Antonyms: 地广人稀
Example Sentences
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A young visitor, craning his neck, suggests tourists will crowd from afar to see all this.
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This "squeeze" the word really is not blowing out, and simply to rub elbows with each point, can sit the chances of a seat may only 0.1%.
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They come shoulder-to-shoulder with humanity in crowded buses, they talk to their neighbors, they smile at people and make others smile.
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For weeks Mr. Li elbowed his way through crowded job fairs but came away empty-handed.
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Signs of disenchantment are uncommon, however, in the city' s well-heeled center, where families stroll into the evening hours on the boulevard, or chat in the bustling outdoor cafes that line it.