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  1. sneak

    • IPA[sniːk]

    英式

    • v.
      move or go in a furtive or stealthy way;convey (someone or something) in a furtive or stealthy way
    • n.
      (especially in children's use) someone who informs an adult or person in authority of a companion's misdeeds; a telltale;a furtive and contemptible person
    • adj.
      acting or done surreptitiously, unofficially, or without warning
    • verb: sneak, 3rd person present: sneaks, gerund or present participle: sneaking, past tense: sneaked, past participle: sneaked

    • noun: sneak, plural noun: sneaks

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    名詞

    • 1. British (especially in children's use) someone who informs an adult or person in authority of a companion's misdeeds; a telltale Ethel was the form sneak and goody-goody
    • a furtive and contemptible person he was branded a prying sneak for eavesdropping on intimate conversation
    • 2. North American short for sneaker

    形容詞

    • 1. acting or done surreptitiously, unofficially, or without warning a sneak thief a sneak preview
    • adj.
      (of a feeling) persistent in one's mind but reluctantly held or not fully recognized; nagging: I've a sneaking suspicion they'll do well

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a feeling) persistent in one's mind but reluctantly held or not fully recognized: I've a sneaking suspicion they'll do well

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a skilled and prolific goalscorer: the veteran goal sneak has firmly placed them in contention

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[snēk]

    美式

    • v.
      move or go in a furtive or stealthy manner: I sneaked out by the back exit
    • n.
      a furtive and contemptible person: he was branded a prying sneak for eavesdropping on intimate conversation
    • adj.
      acting or done surreptitiously, unofficially, or without warning: a sneak thief a sneak preview

    Oxford American Dictionary