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Spanish translation of “crawl”

crawl

verb /kroːl/
to move slowly along the ground
avanzar lentamente
The injured dog crawled away.
(of people) to move on hands and knees or with the front of the body on the ground
gatear, andar a gatas
The baby can’t walk yet, but she crawls everywhere.
to move slowly
arrastrar(se)
The traffic was crawling along at ten kilometres per hour.
to be covered with crawling things
estar plagado de, hervir de
His hair was crawling with lice.
(Definition of crawl from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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