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creep in/creep into sth

phrasal verb with creep uk   /kriːp/ us   /kriːp/ verb [I usually + adv/prep] crept, crept
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creep in/creep into sth

phrasal verb with creep uk   /kriːp/ us   verb [I]
to gradually start to be noticeable: If delays are allowed to creep in, then job losses will be just around the corner.
if mistakes creep in or creep into data or into a piece of text, they are included despite efforts not to include them: One or two typing errors crept into the report.
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