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English definition of “leak”
/lik/ v [I/T]
› (of a liquid or gas) to escape from a hole or crack in a pipe or container, or (of a container) to allow liquid or gas to escape: [I] He heard the sound of dripping and saw water leaking from a pipe overhead. [T] The ship ran aground off the coast and began to leak oil. › To leak is also to give out information privately, esp. when people in authority do not want it to be known: [T] Someone had leaked the news of the ambassador’s resignation to the press. leaky
/ˈli·ki/ adj [-er/-est only] › There’s a leaky radiator in the bedroom.