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eavesdrop

verb   /ˈiːvz·drɒp/ ( present participle eavesdropping, past tense and past participle eavesdropped)
to secretly listen to a conversation escuchar a escondidas He stood outside the door eavesdropping on their conversation.
(Definition of eavesdrop from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

eavesdrop

verb /ˈiːvzdrop/ ( past tense, past participle eavesdropped)
(with on) to listen in order to overhear a private conversation escuchar a escondidas, fisgonear The child eavesdropped on her parents’ discussion.
eavesdropper noun
fisgón
(Definition of eavesdrop from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “eavesdrop”
in Korean 엿듣다…
in Arabic يَتنَصَّت عَلى…
in Malaysian pasang telinga…
in French écouter (indiscrètement)…
in Russian подслушивать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 偷聽…
in Italian origliare…
in Turkish gizlice dinlemek…
in Polish podsłuchiwać…
in Vietnamese nghe trộm…
in Portuguese escutar (atrás da porta), bisbilhotar…
in Thai แอบฟัง…
in German lauschen…
in Catalan escoltar d’amagat…
in Japanese 盗み聞きする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 偷听…
in Indonesian mencuri dengar…
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