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creep

noun /kriːp/
(slang) a disgusting person
canalla, despreciable, asqueroso
Leave her alone, you creep.
creeper noun a creeping plant.
planta trepadora
creepy adjective ( comparative creepier, superlative creepiest) causing feelings of fear etc
horripilante, escalofriante, que pone la piel de gallina
The house is rather creepy at night.
creepily adverb
horripilantemente, escalofriantemente
The door creaked creepily as it swung open.
creepiness noun
horripilancia
the creepiness of the abandoned building.
creepy-crawly noun ( plural creepy-crawlies) a small creeping insect.
reptil, bicho reptador
All sorts of creepy-crawlies live in the jungle.
creep up on phrasal verb to approach slowly and stealthily
acechar, acercar
Old age creeps up on us all.
make someone’s flesh creep to scare or horrify someone
poner la piel de gallina, poner los pelos de punta
Horror movies make my flesh creep.
(Definition of creep from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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