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Glass, his normally impassive face creased by the faintest of smiles, was shutting the doors again. Thomas, Rosie THE WHITE DOVEThen he stumped forward on his sticks, his face already creased with anticipation of Aubrey's mood. Thomas, Craig THE LAST RAVENJohn Timson looked up from the radar set and Parnell's face creased into a concerned frown. Lunnon-Wood, Mike LET NOT THE DEEP

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Britisches Englisch: creased /kriːst/ ADJECTIVE
If something such as cloth or paper is creased, there are lines in it because it has been crushed or folded.
His clothes were creased, as if he had slept in them.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: creased
  • Arabisch: مُتَغَضِّن
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: amarrotado
  • Chinesisch: 有折痕的
  • Kroatisch: izgužvan
  • Tschechisch: pomačkaný
  • Dänisch: krøllet
  • Niederländisch: gekreukeld
  • Europäisches Spanisch: arrugado tela
  • Finnisch: rypistynyt
  • Französisch: froissé
  • Deutsch: zerknittert
  • Griechisch: τσαλακωμένος
  • Italienisch: spiegazzato
  • Japanisch: 折り目をつけた
  • Koreanisch: 주름이 간
  • Norwegisch: presset
  • Polnisch: pofałdowany
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: amarrotado
  • Rumänisch: șifonat
  • Russisch: мятый
  • Spanisch: arrugado
  • Schwedisch: skrynklig
  • Thai: ย่น
  • Türkisch: kırışık
  • Ukrainisch: зім'ятий
  • Vietnamesisch: bị nhăn


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