Definitions

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  • noun The action or event of a space having more occupants than that space can accommodate.
  • verb Present participle of overcrowd.

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Examples

  • At best the term overcrowding is a relative one, and the scale of official measurement conveniently sliding.

    VI. The Bend

  • The care centers for addicts have increased, as has criminal behaviour related to the use of approved and non approved drugs resulting in overcrowding of jails, mental health problems, and physical health problems.

    US policy and Mexico's war on drugs

  • The care centers for addicts have increased, as has criminal behaviour related to the use of approved and non approved drugs resulting in overcrowding of jails, mental health problems, and physical health problems.

    US policy and Mexico's war on drugs

  • The care centers for addicts have increased, as has criminal behaviour related to the use of approved and non approved drugs resulting in overcrowding of jails, mental health problems, and physical health problems.

    US policy and Mexico's war on drugs

  • The care centers for addicts have increased, as has criminal behaviour related to the use of approved and non approved drugs resulting in overcrowding of jails, mental health problems, and physical health problems.

    US policy and Mexico's war on drugs

  • The care centers for addicts have increased, as has criminal behaviour related to the use of approved and non approved drugs resulting in overcrowding of jails, mental health problems, and physical health problems.

    US policy and Mexico's war on drugs

  • The care centers for addicts have increased, as has criminal behaviour related to the use of approved and non approved drugs resulting in overcrowding of jails, mental health problems, and physical health problems.

    US policy and Mexico's war on drugs

  • The care centers for addicts have increased, as has criminal behaviour related to the use of approved and non approved drugs resulting in overcrowding of jails, mental health problems, and physical health problems.

    US policy and Mexico's war on drugs

  • The care centers for addicts have increased, as has criminal behaviour related to the use of approved and non approved drugs resulting in overcrowding of jails, mental health problems, and physical health problems.

    US policy and Mexico's war on drugs

  • The care centers for addicts have increased, as has criminal behaviour related to the use of approved and non approved drugs resulting in overcrowding of jails, mental health problems, and physical health problems.

    US policy and Mexico's war on drugs

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