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v. n.
1.
Crawl.
2.
Steal, glide stealthily, come unnoticed.
3.
Fawn, cringe, play the sycophant.


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Примеры употребления слова "creep" в англоязычной прессе:

1.   Observers can also see the Earth’s shadow creep across the moon’s surface. (Kathimerin, 2007-03-02)

2.   Experts warn of poor eating habits as preservatives creep into daily diets As the traditional healthy Greek cuisine is gradually edged out of busy lifestyles, experts are warning Greeks about the quality of food they are putting on their tables and point out that locals are consuming about 5 kilos of food preservatives per year. (Kathimerin, 2005-09-29)

3.   The president of the Greek Olive Oil Society (Filaios), Paraskevas Tokouzbalidis, said that the average Greek consumes 18 kilos of olive oil a year but he added that harmful hydrogenated fats had begun to creep into the Greeks’ diet. (Kathimerin, 2006-12-04)

4.   "Despite the great progress that BOCOG has so far been able to achieve, my experience throughout my Olympic career has been that it is extremely important not to 'take your eye off the ball', because it is often in the moments when you lose your focus that mistakes can creep in," Rogge added. (Aljazeera, 2006-10-24)

5.   On a prolonged occasion we were deprived of sunshine. At times, however, a ray of sunlight as small as a little coin would creep in, and we would take turns to stand in it, moving ourselves so as to let it fall on our faces, hands, chests, backs, abdomens and legs. (Arab News, 2008-02-20)

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