čréda


čréda
-e ž (ẹ́) 1. večja skupina živali iste vrste: gnati čredo na pašo; pasti čredo; družiti se v črede; vaška, zadružna čreda; čreda krav, ovc; napadla jih je čreda volkov; hoditi kot čreda neurejeno / ekspr. na semenj so prignali cele črede; pren. z učiteljico je šla čreda deklic; čreda oblačkov 2. slabš. neosveščena človeška množica: menil je, da je poklican voditi čredo / uspavati človeško čredo z obljubami 3. star. skupnost vernikov: krščanska, verna čreda

Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika . 2000.

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