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skulk

verb
 
 
/skʌlk/
skulk about/behind/in, etc to hide somewhere or move around quietly in a way that makes people think you are going to do something bad: I saw a man skulking behind the shed.Hiding and disguisingMoving to avoid being seen
Translations of “skulk”
in Vietnamese lẩn tránh, trốn việc…
in Spanish esconderse…
in Thai หลบ…
in Malaysian bersembunyi…
in French rôder furtivement…
in German lauern…
in Chinese (Traditional) 隱匿,潛伏…
in Indonesian bersembunyi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 隐匿,潜伏…
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