swarm in(to) (something or some place)

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swarm in(to) (something or some place)

To move in(to some place or thing) very quickly and in great numbers. Customers swarmed in the moment we opened our doors for our huge Black Friday sale. Bugs began swarming into the house through the open window. Police swarmed in the building to apprehend the suspect.
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swarm in(to something)

[for a throng] to crowd into something or some place. People were swarming into the auditorium to hear the guitarist. They swarmed in and ran for the best seats.
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A la carte swarms Dividing a swarm into multiple tasks to achieve a desired outcome is very similar to virtualization.
A beekeeper arrived at the sale to remove the swarm into a hive
After relaxing the bees with the smoker, he managed to attract the swarm into a cardboard box.
We divided each swarm into several sub-periods (10-16) in such a way that each period contained an individual swarm phase, which can be seen in daily number of events versus time diagram--Figure 7; the more standard distribution--Ml versus time--is given for comparison in Figure 8.
Two more branches brought about 80 % of the swarm into the hive body with the rest flying or crawling on the ground.