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crawl British & World English

Move forward on the hands and knees or by dragging the body close to the ground

pub crawl British & World English

A tour taking in several pubs or drinking places, with one or more drinks at each

crawl space British & World English

An area of limited height under a floor or roof, giving access to wiring and plumbing

news crawl British & World English

another term for news ticker.

Australian crawl British & World English

another term for crawl2noun2noun2noun.

make someone's skin crawl in crawl British & World English

Cause someone to feel an unpleasant sensation resembling something moving over the skin, as a symptom of fear or disgust

make someone's flesh crawl in flesh British & World English

another way of saying make someone's skin crawl (see skin).

make someone's skin crawl British & World English

Cause someone to feel an unpleasant sensation resembling something moving over the skin, as a symptom of fear or disgust

make someone's skin crawl British & World English

Cause someone to experience an uncomfortable sensation of horror or disgust

crawl English Thesaurus

they crawled from under the table

crawl English-Spanish

arrastrarse

crawl Spanish-English

estilo crawl

kerb-crawl English-Spanish

buscar prostitutas conduciendo lentamente un coche

to crawl to sb English-Spanish

arrastrarse

estilo crawl in crawl Spanish-English

crawl, front crawl

to go at a crawl in crawl English-Spanish

avanzar* muy lentamente, ir* a paso de tortuga

to go on a pub crawl in pub English-Spanish

ir* de bar en bar tomando copas, ir* de tascasen Esp