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sneaky

Pronunciation: /ˈsniːki/

Translation of sneaky in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo (-kier, -kiest)

  • [colloquial/familiar] [person] artero, taimado, cuco (Spain/España) [colloquial/familiar]; [way/behavior] solapado
    Example sentences
    • Then she opens her eyes to check with sneaky little sidewards glances.
    • In other words, a sneaky, crafty, deceitful person would take on the form of a snake.
    • This is a sneaky development, an under-hand, sleazy way of slipping a salesman into your home without you knowing.
    Example sentences
    • But I have a sneaky feeling that they are talking about what goes into kebabs.
    • We all had a sneaky feeling that we didn't score enough runs that day.
    • I have a sneaky feeling that you have at least two different personalities.

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