①When animals forage, they search for food.【v.(动物)觅食】
②If someone forages for something, they search for it in a busy way.【v.搜查;搜寻】
③Forage is crops that are grown as food for cattle and horses.【n.饲料;草料】
①The cat forages for food.
②They were forced to forage for clothing and fuel.
③This is the amount of forage needed to feed one cow and its calf.
《经济学人》一篇关于Bartleby对疫情的记录《Diary of a plague year》 也出现了这个表达：
The young polar bear is left to forage on his own.
[font color="#FF4500"]be packed/crammed (in) like sardines[/font]
If you say that a crowd of people are packed like sardines, you are emphasizing that they are sitting or standing so close together that they cannot move easily.
①The refugees were packed like sardines .
②Packed in like sardines , they would make an easy target for a snake.