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- v. Present participle of overcrow.
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Now I know why they call it overcrowing, or is it all about who owns Broadway Commons?
Weak control at all levels of management, frequent teacher and pupil absenteeism and overcrowing in classrooms were the main factors identified as causing poor results.
Mr Niehaus said overcrowing in prisons had played a part in the government's decision to grant the amnesty.
In fact, there is need to control the Tilapia population in fish ponds, otherwise overcrowing will cause stunted growth and poor harvests of large fish.
He loves bright colours, he easily becomes audacious, overcrowing, full of fanfaronade.