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creak

verb /kriːk/
to make a sharp grating sound
crujir, chirriar, rechinar
That chair is creaking beneath your weight.
creaky adjective
crujiente, chirriante
a creaky old building.
creakiness noun
crujido, chirrido
the creakiness of the stairs.
Translations of “creak”
in Korean 삐걱거리다…
in Arabic يُصْدِر صَريرًا…
in French grincer…
in Italian cigolare…
in Chinese (Traditional) (門、地板等)嘎吱作響…
in Russian скрипеть…
in Turkish gıcırdamak, gıcırtı sesi çıkarmak…
in Polish skrzypieć…
in Portuguese ranger…
in German knarren…
in Catalan cruixir, grinyolar…
in Japanese ~がキーキー音をたてる…
in Chinese (Simplified) (门、地板等)嘎吱作响…
(Definition of creak from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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