- a gang of; a band
- The jihad is just another gang for benny.
- With tao zi holding cang li man the group come to front of the wonton restaurant.
- I round up the gang.
- That time the rival was mallorca the very same as today's.
- Putting to death by mob action without due process of law.
- Claque: a group of persons hired to applaud at a performance.
- To band together as a group or gang.
- He has no opinion; he just takes his colure from the company he is in.
- She's got in with a very arty set.
- I have a bunch of friends.
- A bunch of buffoons in fancy dress.
- The gangster walked into the room surrounded by his cohort.perhaps because of its original military meaning cohort usually implies a somewhat negative judgment. A phrase such as the president and his cohorts might therefore be better used by critics of the president than by defenders.
- A good-time girl they're a band with a good-time message.
- Nashe and his friends the company of young humanists known as the university wits had hardly recovered from marlowe's sudden triumph when they were faced with another and more dangerous rival who sprang from a different world. Marlowe master of arts of cambridge was after all one of themselves and when once they had exclaimed against his arrogance it did not take them long to follow his footsteps.
- His swimming pool is full of the yachting set.