[kroud-sawrs, -sohrs] /ˈkraʊdˌsɔrs, -ˌsoʊrs/
verb (used with or without object), crowdsourced, crowdsourcing.
to utilize (labor, information, etc.) contributed by the general public to (a project), often via the Internet and without compensation: The team’s use of Facebook to crowdsource accurate scientific data allowed the project to be completed on time.
The newspaper crowdsourced its investigation into the scandal.
to outsource work to an unspecified group of people, typically by making an appeal to the general public on the internet
verb (used without object) 1. to engage in crowd surfing. verb (used with object) 2. to pass (someone) over the heads of the audience, especially at a rock concert. verb To be passed along overhead by the people at a ”moshing” session: The mosh pit started going full speed, complete with crowd-surfing (1990s+)
verb (used without object) 1. to engage in crowd surfing. verb (used with object) 2. to pass (someone) over the heads of the audience, especially at a rock concert. noun 1. the act of being passed in a prone position over the heads of the audience, especially at a rock concert. noun 1. the practice […]
[kroo-dee, kroh-, kroo d-ee] /ˈkru di, ˈkroʊ-, ˈkrʊd i/ noun, plural crowdies. Scot. and North England. 1. a dish of meal, especially oatmeal and water, or sometimes milk, stirred together; gruel; brose; porridge.
/krəu/ noun 1. Russell. born 1964, Australian film actor, born in New Zealand. His films include LA Confidential (1997), Gladiator (2000), for which he won an Oscar, A Beautiful Mind (2001), Master and Commander (2003), and American Gangster (2007)