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mob 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/mäb/,
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mobs, plural;
  1. Crowd around (someone) in an unruly and excitable way in order to admire or attack them
    • - he was mobbed by autograph hunters
  2. (of a group of birds or mammals) Surround and attack (a predator or other source of threat) in order to drive it off

  3. Crowd into (a building or place)
    • - an unruly crowd mobbed the White House during an inaugural reception
Noun
  1. A large crowd of people, esp. one that is disorderly and intent on causing trouble or violence
    • - a mob of protesters
  2. The Mafia or a similar criminal organization

  3. The ordinary people
    • - the age-old fear that the mob may organize to destroy the last vestiges of civilized life

  1. a disorderly crowd of people
  2. throng: press tightly together or cram; "The crowd packed the auditorium"
  3. syndicate: a loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities
  4. gang: an association of criminals; "police tried to break up the gang"; "a pack of thieves"
  5. A mob, pronounced , is a computer-controlled non-player character (NPC) or monster in a computer game such as a role-playing video game, MMORPG, CORPG or MUD. ...
  6. The Black Wall Street Records is a record label founded by Jayceon "Game" Taylor and his half-brother George "Big Fase 100" Taylor III. Today it operates as a subsidiary of Universal Music Group, and is distributed by Interscope Records.
  7. The Mob are one of six teams currently competing in SlamBall.
  8. The Mob is the self-titled debut album of American rock band The Mob. It was released by Frontiers Records in 2005.
  9. The Mob was an early 1980s hardcore punk band from Jackson Heights, New York, and are credited as being "hardcore pioneers" of the era. ...
  10. The Mob were an anarcho-punk band originally from Yeovil, Somerset, England during the late 1970s and early 1980s.
  11. An unruly group of people; A commonly used collective noun for animals such as horses or cattle; The Mafia, or any such criminal group; A non-player character that exists to be fought or killed to further the progression of the story or game; To crowd around someone or something; mobile phone
  12. (MOBS) modular on-board switching system
  13. (Mobs) Mobiles; AKA Creatues, Monsters, Hostiles
  14. (Mobs) Originally meaning MOBile or MOBile creature, the meaning has basically mutated to mean all monsters.
  15. A primary OMF Interchange data structure that includes a unique ID and can identify a composition or a physical source of media data . ...
  16. Gang (not necessarily Mafia)
  17. Mobile or Mobile Object. A MUD term originally, used to describe creatures in a game, whether NPCs or enemies.
  18. M - an O - verB - oard: A feature in G.P.S. receivers to quickly mark a given location as you are traveling. Some receivers then activate a GOTO navigation function to that waypoint.
  19. 'Seves and fear/The fury of the many-headed monster,/The giddy multitude' See The Unnatural Combat (IIIii) by Philip Massinger (1583-1640). See also Pope: 'There still remains, to mortify a wit,/The many-headed monster of the pit.'
  20. Main Operations Base; being a joint special operations command and support facility established in FRIENDLY territory by a component commander to provide sustained administrative and logistical support to special operations activities in designated areas; compare FOB, AOB, FSB, CP, JUMP CP, BASE ...
  21. To surrond and kill a fox before it has a chance to run. Also, Chop.
  22. A mobile object, usually referring to an "AI" controlled "NPC" or monster which the players should kill.
  23. a highly emotional crowd that pursues some violent or destructive goal
  24. A group of animals.  The mob may be a single species herd (such as a herd of cattle) or single species flock (such as a flock of sheep or goats).  A mob may also be a mix of two, or even many more, species.
  25. A group of birds that band together to harass another bird - usually one they perceive to be an intruder or a threat, or occasionally simply because it has food.