crawl with (someone or something)

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crawl with (someone or something)

To be filled or covered with people or things in motion. Ugh, the mall is crawling with teenagers tonight—let's get out of here.
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crawling with someone

Fig. [of a surface] covered with many people or members of a class of people moving about. The place was crawling with police and FBI agents. The city was crawling with tourists making it almost impossible to go from place to place.
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crawl with

v.
To be swarming or covered with moving things: The accident scene was crawling with police officers.
See also: crawl