There are 2 translations of creep in Spanish:

creep1

(past & past p crept)
Pronunciation: /kriːp/

vi

  • 1 (+ adv compl) 1.1 (crawl) arrastrarse the fox crept under the fence el zorro pasó arrastrándose por debajo de la cerca we crept along on all fours avanzamos a or en cuatro patas 1.2 (move stealthily) to creep into/out of a room entrar en/salir* de un cuarto sigilosamente I crept past the doorway pasé sigilosamente por delante de la puerta a note of suspicion crept into his voice se empezó a notar un elemento de sospecha en su voz several mistakes have crept in se han deslizado varios errores 1.3 (move slowly) the water crept higher el agua iba subiendo poco a poco prices continue to creep up los precios siguen subiendo lentamente despair crept over her la desesperación se fue apoderando de ella creeping inflation/unrest creciente inflación/malestar 1.4 (grow, spread) [plant/vine] trepar

Phrasal verbs

creep up on

v + adv + prep + o
they crept up on him se le acercaron sigilosamente old age creeps up on you vas envejeciendo sin darte cuenta the deadline's creeping up on us se nos está acabando el plazo

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Cultural fact of the day

In the River Plate region of Latin America the word copetín can mean an aperitif or light snack, or a social occasion at which these are consumed, generally before the evening meal.

There are 2 translations of creep in Spanish:

creep2

n

  • 2 (BrE) [Auto] vehículo (m) lento (before n) creep lane carril (m) para vehículos lentos
  • 3
    (creeps pl)
    [colloquial/familiar] to give sb the creeps ponerle* los pelos de punta a algn [familiar/colloquial], darle* escalofríos a algn

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Cultural fact of the day

In the River Plate region of Latin America the word copetín can mean an aperitif or light snack, or a social occasion at which these are consumed, generally before the evening meal.