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creak

verb [I]
 
 
/kriːk/
If something such as a door or a piece of wood creaks, it makes a long noise when it moves.
gıcırdamak, gıcırtı sesi çıkarmak
creaking floorboardsSounds made by objects, movement or impact
creak noun [C]
gıcırdama sesi
creaky adjective A creaky door, stair, etc creaks.
gıcırdayan, gıcırtı sesi çıkaran
Describing qualities of sound
Translations of “creak”
in Arabic يُصْدِر صَريرًا…
in Korean 삐걱거리다…
in Malaysian keriang-keriut…
in French grincer…
in Italian cigolare…
in Chinese (Traditional) (門、地板等)嘎吱作響…
in Russian скрипеть…
in Polish skrzypieć…
in Vietnamese gây ra tiếng cọt kẹt…
in Spanish crujir, chirriar, rechinar…
in Portuguese ranger…
in Thai ทำเสียงดังเอี๊ยด…
in German knarren…
in Catalan cruixir, grinyolar…
in Japanese ~がキーキー音をたてる…
in Indonesian menggerit…
in Chinese (Simplified) (门、地板等)嘎吱作响…
(Definition of creak from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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