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creeps是creep的第三人称单数

creep的的用法,creep怎么读

美 [krip] 英 [kriːp]
  • v.爬行;蔓延;悄悄地缓慢行进;蹑手蹑脚地移动
  • n.讨厌鬼;讨好卖乖的人;谄媚奉承的人;马屁精
  • abbr.(=Committee for the Reelection of the President)(美国)支持总统连任委员会
  • 网络毛骨悚然的感觉;野怪;鸡皮疙瘩
第三人称单数:creeps  现在分词:creeping  过去式:crept  
  • v.
  • tiptoe,skulk,steal,sneak,slink
  • 用法解析

    1.

    [i](+ adv./prep.)

    悄悄地缓慢行进;蹑手蹑脚地移动

    to move slowly, quietly and carefully, because you do not want to be seen or heard

    I crept up the stairs, trying not to wake my parents.

    为了尽量不吵醒父母,我蹑手蹑脚地上了楼。

    2.

    [i](+ adv./prep.)

    匍匐行进;爬行

    to move with your body close to the ground; to move slowly on your hands and knees

    3.

    [i](+ adv./prep.)

    非常缓慢地行进;不知不觉产生;渐渐出现

    to move or develop very slowly

    Her arms crept around his neck.

    她的双臂慢慢地搂住了他的脖子。

    A slight feeling of suspicion crept over me.

    我渐渐地产生了一丝疑虑。

    4.

    [i](+ adv./prep.)

    蔓生;蔓延

    to grow along the ground or up walls using long stems or roots

    5.

    [i]~ (to sb)

    谄媚;巴结;拍马屁

    to be too friendly or helpful to sb in authority in a way that is not sincere, especially in order to get an advantage from them

    用法解析

    1.

    [c]

    讨厌鬼

    a person that you dislike very much and find very unpleasant

    He's a nasty little creep!

    他这小子真让人讨厌!

    2.

    [c]

    讨好卖乖的人;谄媚奉承的人;马屁精

    a person who is not sincere but tries to win your approval by being nice to you

    3.

    [u]

    (对既定目标的)偏离

    the development of a project beyond the goal that was originally agreed

    The World Bank has been accused of mission creep when seeking to address these concerns.

    世界银行被指控在寻求处理这些重大事务时偏离使命。

    The inclusion of health data on identity cards was condemned as function creep .

    在身份证中包含健康资料被谴责为超出功能范围。

    IDMgive sb the creeps(informal)

    吓人;使惊慌;使心里发毛

    to make sb feel nervous and slightly frightened, especially because sb/sth is unpleasant or strange

    1.

    〔物〕蠕变

    2.

    爬行;爬动量

    3.

    (动物)爬穿的洞;(铁路路基下的)拱洞

    4.

    虫爬似的感觉,毛骨悚然的感觉

    5.

    潜流放电

    6.

    潜移

    7.

    使人害怕厌恶的家伙

    8.

    频率漂移

    9.

    爬行,匍訇;徐行;蠕动,【纺织;印染】蠕变,潜伸

    10.

    【地质学;地理学】潜动,蠕动

    1.

    〔物〕蠕变

    2.

    爬行;爬动量

    3.

    (动物)爬穿的洞;(铁路路基下的)拱洞

    4.

    虫爬似的感觉,毛骨悚然的感觉

    5.

    潜流放电

    6.

    潜移

    7.

    使人害怕厌恶的家伙

    8.

    频率漂移

    9.

    爬行,匍訇;徐行;蠕动,【纺织;印染】蠕变,潜伸

    10.

    【地质学;地理学】潜动,蠕动

    1.

    爬,爬行,爬过去,攀缘

    2.

    爬行;(蔓、根等)蔓延

    3.

    摸,潜(入),蹑进,悄悄溜,悄悄地走过,蹑手蹑脚地走

    4.

    悄悄渗,渐渐涌(上),悄悄地出现

    5.

    磨,磨蹭

    6.

    (身上)发痒;毛骨悚然,发抖

    7.

    (文章等)单调,生涩

    8.

    〔比喻〕讨好[巴结]

    9.

    偷偷前进,(病人,老者)衰弱迟缓地前进;蠕动;【铁路】潜动;【纺织;印染】蠕变,潜伸

    10.

    【航海】用探海钩探海底

    1.

    爬,爬行,爬过去,攀缘

    2.

    爬行;(蔓、根等)蔓延

    3.

    摸,潜(入),蹑进,悄悄溜,悄悄地走过,蹑手蹑脚地走

    4.

    悄悄渗,渐渐涌(上),悄悄地出现

    5.

    磨,磨蹭

    6.

    (身上)发痒;毛骨悚然,发抖

    7.

    (文章等)单调,生涩

    8.

    〔比喻〕讨好[巴结]

    9.

    偷偷前进,(病人,老者)衰弱迟缓地前进;蠕动;【铁路】潜动;【纺织;印染】蠕变,潜伸

    10.

    【航海】用探海钩探海底

    1.

    Committee for the Reelection of the President (美国)支持总统连任委员会

    1.

    a slow or stealthy pace or movement

    2.

    somebody considered obnoxious or disliked

    3.

    the slight movement of something

    4.

    a gradual movement of rock and debris down a slope

    5.

    a slow deformation of rocks and minerals in response to prolonged stress

    6.

    a gradual deformation of a hard material, especially metal, as a result of heat or stress

    7.

    somebody regarded as servile to those in authority

    8.

    a slow and gradual change or movement

    9.

    an unpleasant person, especially someone who tries to please or impress people in authority

    1.

    a slow or stealthy pace or movement

    2.

    somebody considered obnoxious or disliked

    3.

    the slight movement of something

    4.

    a gradual movement of rock and debris down a slope

    5.

    a slow deformation of rocks and minerals in response to prolonged stress

    6.

    a gradual deformation of a hard material, especially metal, as a result of heat or stress

    7.

    somebody regarded as servile to those in authority

    8.

    a slow and gradual change or movement

    9.

    an unpleasant person, especially someone who tries to please or impress people in authority

    1.

    to move along silently and stealthily

    2.

    to move along with the body close to the ground

    3.

    to move along very slowly

    4.

    to appear, approach, or develop gradually

    5.

    to tingle uncomfortably as if covered with crawling insects, especially from fear or disgust

    6.

    to grow along a surface by sending out tendrils, suckers, or roots

    7.

    to move slightly from the original or proper position

    8.

    to become deformed over a period of time due to stress or heat

    9.

    to behave in a servile manner to somebody in authority

    10.

    if someone creeps somewhere, they move there quietly and slowly

    1.

    to move along silently and stealthily

    2.

    to move along with the body close to the ground

    3.

    to move along very slowly

    4.

    to appear, approach, or develop gradually

    5.

    to tingle uncomfortably as if covered with crawling insects, especially from fear or disgust

    6.

    to grow along a surface by sending out tendrils, suckers, or roots

    7.

    to move slightly from the original or proper position

    8.

    to become deformed over a period of time due to stress or heat

    9.

    to behave in a servile manner to somebody in authority

    10.

    if someone creeps somewhere, they move there quietly and slowly

    1.

    an uneasy or unnerving feeling usually caused by fear or disgust

    语法用例

    例句1:

    And Lord Redwyne's war fleet creeps through the Broken Arm as well. On its way home, no doubt.

    另外雷德温大人的舰队也在断臂角附近游弋,无疑正在返航回家途中。

    例句2:

    Immediately he gets down on his hands and knees. He creeps slowly along over the ice.

    他连忙趴下来,慢慢地在冰上爬行。

    例句3:

    Shaking with fear, the children peer through the window of his cottage before a spine-tingling scene in which he creeps up behind them.

    恐惧的发抖,孩子们在他的小屋向窗子外窥视,然后悄悄的跟着他们后面而此刻觉得脊柱发麻。

    例句4:

    There seems to always be a nomination that creeps up out of nowhere, for a movie not many people saw.

    在奥斯卡历史上提名时总会冒出一个师出无名的人选出来。这部电影通常受众比较少。

    例句5:

    My heart creeps up into my throat, as I realise that this man whom I serve, is to be made King of EngIand.

    我紧张得心都跳到喉咙口,因为我效忠的这个人即将成为英国国王。

    例句6:

    It's like a vine that sprouts up in one place and then creeps along the ground to who knows where.

    好比一株爬藤,从一个地方长出,沿着地面爬到不知哪里。

    例句7:

    Cinema Vehicle Services' cosmetically aged creation creeps out of storage for a moment in the sun.

    电影汽车服务把一辆改旧的机车暂时停在仓库外的阳光下。

    例句8:

    The serosal surface demonstrates reddish indurated adipose tissue that creeps over the surface.

    浆膜表面有略带红色坚硬的脂肪组织已蔓延至其表面。

    例句9:

    An old American legend says that every February 2, the ground hog awakens from its long winter nap and creeps out of its hole.

    一个古老的美国传说告诉我们:每年二月二日,美洲旱獭从漫长的冬眠中醒来,然后从洞里爬出。

    例句10:

    But like the False Claims Act before it, the FCPA has emerged as a big stick for prosecutors seeking to crack down on corporate creeps.

    正如之前的《虚假申报法》(FalseClaimsAct),FCPA已成为检察机构打击企业不法行为的大棒。