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Singular
Mob

Plural
Mobs

Mob (plural Mobs)
  1. An unruly group of people.
  2. A commonly used collective noun for animals such as horses or cattle.
  3. The Mafia, or any such criminal group.
    • 1986, Paul Chadwick, Concrete: Under the Desert Stars, Dark Horse Books
      What if it is a mob killing? They can’t hurt me, but…
  4. (video games) A non-player character that exists to be fought or killed to further the progression of the story or game.
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Infinitive
to Mob

Third person singular
mobs

Simple past
mobbed

Past participle
mobbed

Present participle
mobbing

to Mob (third-person singular simple present mobs, present participle mobbing, simple past and past participle mobbed)
  1. To crowd around someone or something.

Patrono:Rfex

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Abbreviation of mobile phone.

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[mɒb]

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mob

  1. mobile phone
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  • This is most often used in signwriting to match with with the other three-letter abbreviations tel (telephone) and fax.

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Mob

  1. Imperative of mobbe.

el:mob fr:mob io:mob kn:mob sw:mob hu:mob ml:mob simple:mob fi:mob ta:mob te:mob vi:mob vo:mob zh:mob

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