crowding

[n] - a situation in which people or things are crowded together
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crowding

<dentistry> An orthodontic problem caused by having too many teeth in two small of a space. ... (08 Jan 1998) ...
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crowding

noun a situation in which people or things are crowded together; `he didn`t like the crowding on the beach`
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Crowding

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Crowd
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crowding

(from the article `disease`) Behavioral patterns of host populations often have a great effect on the transmission of infectious agents. Crowding, for example, facilitates the ...
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crowding

  1. fill or occupy to the point of overflowing
  2. to gather together in large numbers
  3. approach a certain age or speed

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crowding

Type: Term Pronunciation: krowd′ing Definitions: 1. A condition in which the teeth are crowded, assuming altered positions such as bunching, overlapping, displacement in various directions and torsiversion.
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Crowding

Crowding is a perceptual phenomenon where the recognition of objects (or graphemes) presented away from the fovea is impaired by the presence of other neighbouring objects (sometimes called "flankers"). It has been suggested that crowding occurs due to mandatory integration of the crowded objects by a texture-processing neural mechanism. ...
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Crowding

An orthodontic problem caused by having too many teeth in too small of a space.
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