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Spanish translation of “sneak”

sneak

verb /sniːk/
to go quietly and secretly, especially for a dishonest purpose
moverse sigilosamente
He must have sneaked into my room when no-one was looking and stolen the money.
to take secretly
sacar a escondidas
He sneaked the letter out of her drawer.
sneakers noun plural soft shoes with soles made of rubber, rope etc
zapatillas
He was wearing blue jeans and sneakers.
sneaking adjective (of a feeling) slight but not easy to suppress
secreto
She knew he was wicked but she had a sneaking admiration for his courage.
sneaky adjective (comparative sneakier, superlative sneakiest)
mezquino
It was a bit sneaky of him to tell the teacher about me.
sneakiness noun
mezquindad
(Definition of sneak from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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