Definition of 'squeak'
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We have not heard a squeak from them. The Sun (2011)They can hear a bat squeak a continent away. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But nowadays a squeak is seldom heard. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They have set in motion a redistribution of wealth that really will squeeze the rich until the pips squeak. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Tax me until my pips squeak! Times, Sunday Times (2007)Mind you, my dad would have had to do something about the squeak. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He tended to speak in a high-pitched squeak when excited. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And that would really give the Mouse something to squeak about. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We should give to charity to the limits of our pockets, until our pips squeak. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The only sound you'll hear is the squeak of snow beneath your feet. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I feel like dragging them bodily behind the bar and squeezing till their pips squeak. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Other days are so still that you can hear the rusty squeak of playground swings from the 29th floor. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If you rub them together, fresh ones will squeak and snap just below halfway down when you bend them. Times, Sunday Times (2009)That was a narrow squeak. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We've not heard a squeak. The Sun (2016)She squeaks with delight at the strangeness of being held by me, something that feels so normal when her mum does it. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I haven't heard a squeak since. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He tried the lion's plan, but his roar was just a squeak. Christianity Today (2000)It is tough out there, but please don't squeak too much about it. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Actually the settlers were able, for a while, to do more than just squeak by. Ice Time: Climate, Science, and Life on Earth (1990)It just squeezes the lemon of life until the pips squeak, doesn't it? The Sun (2008)But if you can't squeeze the rich until their pips squeak, why not set up your own lottery? Times, Sunday Times (2006)They would argue a little about regulatory boundaries, but gone were the days of making rich folks' pips squeak. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We'd all be forced to wear our underpants on the outside of our trousers and speak only in a high-pitched squeak. The Sun (2013)Spurs won't find it easy but I think they will just squeak through. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'squeak'
British English: squeak /skwiːk/ VERB
If something or someone squeaks, they make a short, high-pitched sound.
My boots squeaked a little as I walked.
- American English: squeak
- Arabic: يُطْلِقُ صَوْتآ قَصِّيراً حَاداً
- Brazilian Portuguese: ranger
- Chinese: 尖叫
- Croatian: cičati
- Czech: pištět
- Danish: hvine
- Dutch: piepen
- European Spanish: crujir
- Finnish: kiljaista
- French: grincer
- German: quietschen
- Greek: τσιρίζω
- Italian: cigolare
- Japanese: きしる
- Korean: 빽빽 울다
- Norwegian: hvine
- Polish: zapiszczeć
- European Portuguese: ranger
- Romanian: a chițăi
- Russian: пищать
- Spanish: crujir
- Swedish: pipa
- Thai: พูดเสียงแหลม
- Turkish: cıyaklamak
- Ukrainian: пищати
- Vietnamese: rít lên
Definition of squeak from the Collins English Dictionary
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