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sneak / sacar algo furtivamente de un lugar
sneak   [sni:k]
A. -transitive verb
·to sneak something out of a place
·sacar algo furtivamente de un lugar
·I managed to sneak one in
·logré meter uno sin ser visto
·to sneak a look at something
·mirar algo de reojo or soslayo
B. -intransitive verb
1. ·to sneak about
·ir a hurtadillas,   moverse furtivamente
·to sneak in/out
·entrar/salir a hurtadillas
·to sneak away or off
·to sneak off with something
·llevarse algo furtivamente
·to sneak up on somebody
·acercarse sigilosamente a somebody, someone
2. ·to sneak on somebody
*   delatar a somebody, someone,   dar el soplo sobre somebody, someone *,   chivarse de somebody, someone Spain Spain
·to sneak to the teacher
ir con el cuento or Spain chivarse al profesor Spain
C. -noun
(=tale-teller)   chivato (m) / chivata (f),   soplónoun (m) / soplónounona (f)
D. -compound
·sneak preview   -noun
a. [of film]   preestreno (m)   (generally)   anticipo (m) no autorizado
·sneak thief   -noun   ratero (m) / ratera (f)
·sneak visit   -noun   visita (f) furtiva
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