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traducción al español de sneak

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sneak

[sniːk ]
verbo transitivo
to sneak sth out of a place sacar algo furtivamente de un lugar
I managed to sneak one in logré meter uno sin ser visto
to sneak a look at sth mirar algo de reojo or soslayo
verbo intransitivo
1. 
to sneak about ir a hurtadillasmoverse furtivamente
to sneak in/out entrar/salir a hurtadillas
to sneak away or off escabullirse
to sneak off with sth llevarse algo furtivamente
to sneak up on sb acercarse sigilosamente a algn
2. 
to sneak on sb (informal) delatar a algndar el soplo sobre algn (inf)chivarse de algn (Spain) (inf)
to sneak to the teacher ir con el cuento or (Spain) chivarse al profesor (inf)
sustantivo (informal)
(tale-teller) chivato (chivata) m/fsoplón (soplona) m/f

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Ejemplos de frases que contienen sneak

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Nonetheless we cannot shake off a sneaking suspicion that great wisdom is being imparted and that it might be prudent discreetly to take notes.
The Times Literary Supplement (2012)
And yet there is something sneaking about it that outrages the American sense of fairness.
Andy Dougan THE HUNTING OF MAN (2004)
Are you planning another book and can you give us a sneak peek?
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Get a sneak preview, with wine and good chat.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Here West tried the sneak attack of a club.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
I was part of a group given a sneak preview before it opened on Thursday.
The Sun (2012)
Soon a stone had sneaked back on.
The Sun (2015)
We'd sneak back for cups of coffee or lunch.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
West tried the sneak attack of a club v 3NT.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
You'll keep coming back to sneak astonished looks at these pages long after you have finished it.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
She sneaked a look at him, a quick one.
Tepper, Sheri S. A Plague of Angels (1993)
He clearly felt bad about something, to sneak off like that.
The Sun (2016)
He sat uncomfortably in isolation surrounded by empty seats and had to be sneaked away from the ground.
The Sun (2008)
I have a sneaking suspicion that there were no real safety problems.
The Sun (2012)
If the users do not trust the watchers they will look for ways to sneak past the guards unseen.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
She went to look and one sneaked in, taking her key.
The Sun (2015)
Thousands of you have already visited my website to get a sneak peek at the impressive piece of software.
The Sun (2010)
We have a sneaking suspicion it won't be her last.
The Sun (2014)
So horrible you have to look away... and yet your eyes keep sneaking back.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
This is a sneak attack, a rearguard action by those who still want to see statutory control of the press.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)

Tendencias de sneak

Uso ocasional. sneak es una de las 30000 palabras más usadas del Diccionario Collins.

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sneak en Otros Idiomas

Inglés británico: sneak VERB
If you sneak somewhere, you go there very quietly on foot, trying to avoid being seen or heard.
Sometimes he would sneak out of his house late at night.
  • Inglés americano: sneak
  • Portugués brasileño: esgueirar-se
  • Chino: 偷偷地走
  • Español europeo: moverse sigilosamente
  • Francés: se faufiler
  • Alemán: schleichen
  • Italiano: sgattaiolare
  • Japonés: そっと歩く
  • Coreano: 살금살금 가다
  • Portugués: esgueirar-se
  • Español: moverse sigilosamente

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