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Oxford dictionary definition of the word sardine:
1a young pilchard or other young or small herring-like fish.
2 (sardines) [treated as singular] British a children’s game based on hide-and-seek, in which one child hides and the other children, as they find the hider, join him or her in the hiding place until just one child remains.
[with object] informal
pack closely together:
we sardined our dismantled bikes into the boot
packed like sardines
crowded very close together, as sardines are in tins.
late Middle English: from French, or from Latin sardina, from sarda, from Greek, probably from Sardō ‘Sardinia’