swarm through (something or some place)

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swarm through (something or some place)

To move through something or some place very quickly and in great numbers. Students began swarming through the doors of the school as soon as the last bell of the year rang. Dogs swarmed through the fields and woods in search of the suspect.
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swarm through something

to gather in a crowd and move through something or some place. The shoppers swarmed through the store, buying everything in sight. The locusts swarmed through the field, eating the entire harvest.
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We used a camcorder (Sony DCR-SR-220) to video record the swarms through a Plexiglas wall under red light to observe and quantify pairing and copulation.