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sidle
American English: /ˈsaɪdl/
British English: /ˈsʌɪd(ə)l/

Translation of sidle in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • moverse or desplazarse sigilosamente or furtivamente
    to sidle up to somebody
    acercársele sigilosamente or furtivamente a alguien
    Example sentences
    • Shortly after my wife left for her evening walk, Zachery sidled up to me furtively.
    • A furtive local sidled up to me holding a pad and a ballpoint.
    • As they rode, Miri's horse sidled sideways nervously away from Amniteri, and Miri tried vainly to rein him in.

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