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sneak

US [snik]
UK [sniːk]
  • v.溜;偷偷地走;偷偷地做;偷带
  • adj.突然的;出其不意的
  • n.告状者(尤指儿童)
  • Web潜行;偷窃;偷偷摸摸
Simple Present:sneaks  Present Participle:sneaking  Past Tense:sneaked  Past Tense:snuck  
sneak
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v.
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
偷偷地走;溜to go somewhere secretly, trying to avoid being seen
I sneaked up the stairs.
我蹑手蹑脚地上了楼。
2.
[t]
偷偷地做;偷带;偷拿to do sth or take sb/sth somewhere secretly, often without permission
We sneaked a look at her diary.
我们偷偷看了一眼她的日记。
I managed to sneak a note to him.
我设法偷偷给他递了张条子。
I managed to sneak him a note.
我设法偷偷给他递了张条子。
3.
[t]
(informal)
~ sth
偷走(不重要的或小的东西)to secretly take sth small or unimportant
I sneaked a cake when they were out of the room.
趁他们不在屋里,我偷偷拿了一块蛋糕。
4.
[i]
~ (on sb) (to sb)
(儿童向成人)打小报告,告状to tell an adult that another child has done sth wrong, especially in order to cause trouble
Did you sneak on me to the teacher?
你有没有向老师告我的状?
n.
1.
打小报告的人,告状者(尤指儿童)a person, especially a child, who tells sb about sth wrong that another person has done
adj.
1.
[obn]
突然的;出其不意的done without any warning
a sneak attack
偷袭

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