A large group of insects all moving together. (Cambridge Dictionary)
A large group of people all moving together. (Cambridge Dictionary)
A great number of honeybees emigrating together from a hive in company with a queen to start a new colony elsewhere. (Merriam – Webster)
A colony of honeybees settled in a hive. (Merriam – Webster)
A large number of animate or inanimate things massed together and usually in motion: Throng. (Merriam – Webster)
A number of similar geological features or phenomena close together in space or time. (Merriam – Webster)
A swarm of bees or other insects is a large group of them flying together. (Collins Dictionary)
When bees or other insects swarm, they move or fly in a large group. (Collins Dictionary)
When people swarm somewhere, they move there quickly in a large group. (Collins Dictionary)
A large or dense group of flying insects. (Oxford Dictionaries)
A large number of honeybees that leave a hive en masse with a newly fertilised
queen in order to establish a new colony. (Oxford Dictionaries)
Could studying swarm behaviours teach us how to help drones fly safely?
Swarm wise. What is a swarm?