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crawl US English

(Of a person) move forward on the hands and knees or by dragging the body close to the ground

pub crawl US English

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

crawl space US English

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

news crawl US English

another term for news ticker.

Australian crawl US English

another term for crawl2noun2noun2noun.

make someone's skin crawl in skin US English

Cause someone to feel fear, horror, or disgust

make someone's flesh crawl in flesh US English

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

make someone's skin crawl US English

Cause someone to feel fear, horror, or disgust

crawl US Thesaurus

they crawled 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