eavesdrop

US [ˈivzˌdrɑp]
UK [ˈiːvzˌdrɒp]
  • v.偷听
  • n.檐水
  • Web窃听;听墙根;在暗处偷听别人谈话
Simple Present:eavesdrops  Present Participle:eavesdropping  Past Tense:eavesdropped  
eavesdrop
v.
1.
[i]
~ (on sb/sth)
偷听,窃听(其他人谈话)to listen secretly to what other people are saying
We caught him eavesdropping outside the window.
我们撞见他正在窗外偷听。

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