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creek British & World English

A narrow, sheltered waterway, especially an inlet in a shoreline or channel in a marsh

Creek British & World English

A member of a confederacy of American Indian peoples of the south-eastern US in the 16th to 19th centuries; their descendants now live mainly in Oklahoma

Goose Creek British & World English

A city in southeastern South Carolina, a northwestern suburb of Charleston; population 37,900 (est. 2008)

Battle Creek British & World English

A city in southern Michigan, noted as a center of the cereal industry; population 52,053 (est. 2008)

Coconut Creek British & World English

A city in southeastern Florida, northwest of Fort Lauderdale; population 50,436 (est. 2008)

Tennant Creek British & World English

A mining town between Alice Springs and Darwin in Northern Territory, Australia; population 2,916 (2008)

Walnut Creek British & World English

A residential and industrial city in north central California, northeast of Oakland; population 63,486 (est. 2008)

Brandywine Creek British & World English

A historic stream in southeastern Pennsylvania and northern Delaware, the birthplace of the US gunpowder industry

Chickamauga Creek British & World English

A stream that flows from northwestern Georgia into the Tennessee River, near Chattanooga in Tennessee. A brutal Civil War battle was fought along it in September 1863

be up the creek British & World English

Be in severe difficulty or trouble, especially with no means of extricating oneself from it

be up shit creek in shit British & World English

Be in an awkward predicament

be up shit creek British & World English

Be in an awkward predicament

be up the creek without a paddle in creek British & World English

Be in severe difficulty or trouble, especially with no means of extricating oneself from it

be up the creek without a paddle in be up the creek British & World English

Be in severe difficulty or trouble, especially with no means of extricating oneself from it

creek English Thesaurus

they're dredging for oysters in the creek

creek English-Spanish

arroyo m, riachuelo m

to be up the creek in creek English-Spanish

estar* mal, estar* equivocado