English to Shona Meaning :: teem

Teem :
- ngaivengaiveraivazvinokambairarakazara
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Verb(1) Be teeming(2) Be abuzz(3) Move in large numbers(4) Be abundant(5) Full

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(1) The streets of Saigon teem with people, noises, and smells like no other city in Asia.(2) Its 24 acres teem with wildlife and offer a haven from the rush and bustle of a tourist city.(3) With more than six billion people now inhabiting the planet, will we ever again see a time when whales fill the seas and the oceans teem with life?(4) Today, the same streets teem with chic shops and restaurants, and many of the old factories have been converted into fancy apartments.(5) The streets teem with hustling, bustling humanity, hag-like beggar women, street urchins and drunken revellers urinating against inn walls, all rubbing shoulders with the gentry in their smart clothes and carriages.(6) The park is more commonly associated with the restorative powers of its 2,000 rose garden, teeming wildlife and hay meadows.(7) On a visit to Calcutta he was walking with her down a street teeming with poor people when he asked her how she could hope to make a difference.(8) The city's streets teemed with people looking for entertainment, and he took advantage of the large audience, putting on 33 shows in three weeks.(9) Standing all day with the cattle was hard enough but if it was teeming rain, the big heavy coats of the time soaked the water and felt like a tonne weight by evening.(10) Unfortunately the rain teemed down and a few rosy painted cheeks started to drip!(11) The street outside was teeming and the other places I peered into all looked equally packed.(12) Venture out onto the teeming high street if you dare and the true nature of Camden will be revealed.(13) But alas, the June day teemed with rain and the street parties had to retreat indoors.(14) I drove down streets that once teemed with life and now are ruined wastelands.(15) The residents were piling up sodden carpets and furniture by the roadside, with the rain still teeming down.(16) The rain teemed down as both teams took to the pitch and while it didn't dampen the jovial atmosphere at the ground, it did make for a frustrating sixty minutes of football for both teams.
Related Words
1. be full of ::
3. swarm ::
4. pour ::
1. Lack
2. Need
3. Want
Different Forms
teem, teemed, teeming, teems
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