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  1. squeak

    • IPA[skwiːk]

    英式

    • n.
      a short, high-pitched sound or cry;a single remark or communication
    • v.
      make a high-pitched sound or cry;say something in a nervous or excited high-pitched tone
    • verb: squeak, 3rd person present: squeaks, gerund or present participle: squeaking, past tense: squeaked, past participle: squeaked

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    • 1. make a high-pitched sound or cry he oiled the hinges to stop them squeaking 同義詞 peep, cheep, pipe, squeal, tweet, ... 更多
    • say something in a nervous or excited high-pitched tone ‘You're scaring me,’ she squeaked
    • informal inform on someone I have assured them that you will not squeak
    • 2. informal succeed in achieving something by a very narrow margin the bill squeaked through with just six votes to spare