Definición de creeper en inglés:

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creeper

Pronunciación: /ˈkrēpər/

sustantivo

1 Botany Any plant that grows along the ground, around another plant, or up a wall by means of extending stems or branches.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Yes muntries are little purple berries and they're the fruit of a shrub, a ground creeper, that grows down in eastern South Australia.
  • The plant, a creeper of the arum lily family, is a native of Mexico and Guatemala.
  • Flowering plants, creepers and hedge shrubs will be planted.
2Any of a number of small birds that creep around in trees, vegetation, etc.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • One most beautiful and exotic of creepers is cardinal creeper.
  • Brown creepers have just taken over the neighborhood, you hear them everywhere you go.
  • A flock of brown creepers were on most of the trees.
3A low, wheeled platform on which a mechanic lies while working on the underside of a motor vehicle.
4North American informal A person, typically a man, whose behavior toward or interest in someone is regarded as unwelcome and socially inappropriate: I could dance there without a creeper walking up and accosting me
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They accuse him of being a restroom creeper.
  • I only block trolls and creepers though, which I haven't been getting a lot of lately.
  • He was a creeper who spied on her every move and manipulated his way into their lives.
5 (creepers) informal short for brothel creepers.

Palabras que riman con creeper

Arequipa, beeper, bleeper, Dnieper, keeper, leaper, peeper, reaper, sleeper, sweeper, weeper
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