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sneak

noun [C]
 
 
/sniːk/ informal UK
someone who you do not like because they tell people when someone else has done something badRevealing secrets and becoming known
Translations of “sneak”
in Chinese (Traditional) 告密者, 打小報告者…
in Russian ябеда…
in Turkish ispiyoncu, gammaz, muhbir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 告密者, 打小报告者…
in Polish skarżypyta…
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