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Definición de “creak” en inglés

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creak

verb [I] uk   /kriːk/ us  
When a door, floorboard, etc. creaks, it makes a long low sound when it moves or is moved: The door creaked on its hinges. I heard the floorboards creak as he crept closer.

creak

noun [C] uk   /kriːk/ us  
a noise made when something creaks: I heard a creak on the stairs.
Traducciones de “creak”
en coreano 삐걱거리다…
en árabe يُصْدِر صَريرًا…
en francés grincer…
en turco gıcırdamak, gıcırtı sesi çıkarmak…
en italiano cigolare…
en chino (tradicionál) (門、地板等)嘎吱作響…
en ruso скрипеть…
en polaco skrzypieć…
en español crujir, chirriar, rechinar…
en portugués ranger…
en alemán knarren…
en catalán cruixir, grinyolar…
en japonés ~がキーキー音をたてる…
en chino (simplificado) (门、地板等)嘎吱作响…
(Definition of creak from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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