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creeper
American English: /ˈkripər/
British English: /ˈkriːpə/

Translation of creeper in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 1.1 (plant)
    planta (feminine) trepadora
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    1.2 (bird)
    Example sentences
    • 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.

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