- [door/hinges] chirriar*; [bedsprings/floorboards] crujir; [joints/boots] crujirMore example sentences
- Beneath her, the wooden floors creaked and her shoes sounded softly in the silence.
- I heard the gates creak open and felt a slight shove to move forward.
- I'm caught unawares as the wooden door creaks open, and a large man lurches into the room, his belly swaying with every step he takes.
Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province.
- (of door, hinges) chirrido (m); (of bedsprings, floorboards) crujido (m); (of knees, joints) crujido (m)More example sentences
- A creak in the floorboard echoed throughout the house, but there was no sign that anyone had heard anything.
- The heavy fabric blocked the sound of the thunder, and a creak outside my door was now audible.
- I could hear the pops, the creaks, the rumbling of the ice underfoot and all around.