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slither
American English: /ˈslɪðər/
British English: /ˈslɪðə/

Translation of slither in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • (snake)
    deslizarse
    the car slithered to a halt
    el coche patinó hasta detenerse
    we slithered down the slope
    Example sentences
    • A variety of snakes twisted and slithered across his shoulders down to his fingertips as if they had a life of their own.
    • The ship seems to slither and move as if it's alive.
    • Then, above our heads soared three eagles, and not long after, an adder slithered calmly between our feet.

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