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Meaning of “sidle” - Learner’s Dictionary

sidle

verb     /ˈsaɪdl/
sidle along/over/up, etc to walk towards someone, trying not to be noticed: He sidled up to her and whispered something in her ear.Slow and moving slowlyMoving to avoid being seen
Translations of “sidle”
in Vietnamese đi lén, đi khép nép…
in Spanish acercarse furtivamente, moverse sigilosamente…
in Thai เดินเอียงข้าง…
in Malaysian berjalan perlahan-lahan…
in French se faufiler…
in German sich davonstehlen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 側身而行, 悄悄地走…
in Indonesian menyelinap…
in Chinese (Simplified) 侧身而行, 悄悄地走…
(Definition of sidle from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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