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Difference between Be crowded out of something and Crowd out of something

be crowded out of something

1. be forced out of premises for lack of room:

  • They were crowded out of the room, but sat in the next peering in at the door eagerly.

2. be ousted from an office, market, etc.:

  • Low-skilled adults are often crowded out of their jobs as better-educated teenagers are drawn into the work force.

crowd out of somethinggo out of a place in a crowd:

  • The crowd—mostly younger people—complained about the movie fiercely as they crowded out of the theater.