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slink

verb [I usually + adv/prep] uk   us   /slɪŋk/ (slunk, slunk)
to walk away from somewhere quietly so that you are not noticed: I tried to slink out of the room so that nobody would see me go.disapproving He usually slinks off (= leaves) at about 3.30.
Translations of “slink”
in Vietnamese lẻn vào…
in Spanish moverse sigilosamente…
in Thai เดินลับ ๆ ล่อ ๆ…
in Malaysian dengan takut-takut…
in French aller furtivement…
in German schleichen…
in Chinese (Traditional) (悄悄)溜走…
in Indonesian menyelinap…
in Chinese (Simplified) (悄悄)溜走…
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