Creep

  • 1 Creep — may refer to: CREEP, the Committee for the Re Election of the President, associated with the Watergate scandal of U.S. president Nixon s administration. Creep (project management), the jeopardizing of a project s initial objectives by an increase …

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  • 2 Creep — «Creep» Сингл Radiohead Выпущен 1992, 1993, 1996 Формат CD, CD card, Jukebox 7 vinyl, 12 , аудиокассета …

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  • 3 Creep — (kr[=e]p), v. t. [imp. {Crept} (kr[e^]pt) ({Crope} (kr[=o]p), Obs.); p. p. {Crept}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Creeping}.] [OE. crepen, creopen, AS. cre[ o]pan; akin to D. kruipen, G. kriechen, Icel. krjupa, Sw. krypa, Dan. krybe. Cf. {Cripple}, {Crouch}.] …

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  • 4 Creep — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Creep puede referirse a las siguientes acepciones: Creep (canción de Radiohead): canción del grupo británico, Radiohead. Creep (canción de Stone Temple Pilots): canción del grupo grunge, Stone Temple Pilots. Creep… …

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  • 5 creep — vb Creep, crawl mean to move slowly along a surface in a prone or crouching position. Creep is more often used of quadrupeds or of human beings who move on all fours and proceed slowly, stealthily, or silently {a baby creeps before it walks}… …

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  • 6 creep — Ⅰ. creep UK US /kriːp/ verb [I] ► to change very slowly, especially to increase: »Fuel prices dropped in April, but they are starting to creep higher now. Ⅱ. creep UK US /kriːp/ noun [U] ► slow and gradual change, especially when something… …

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  • 7 creep´i|ly — creep|y «KREE pee», adjective, creep|i|er, creep|i|est. 1. having a feeling of horror, as if things were creeping over one s skin; frightened: »Ghost stories make some children creepy …

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  • 8 creep|y — «KREE pee», adjective, creep|i|er, creep|i|est. 1. having a feeling of horror, as if things were creeping over one s skin; frightened: »Ghost stories make some children creepy …

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  • 9 Creep — Creep, n. 1. The act or process of creeping. [1913 Webster] 2. A distressing sensation, or sound, like that occasioned by the creeping of insects. [1913 Webster] A creep of undefinable horror. Blackwood s Mag. [1913 Webster] Out of the stillness …

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  • 10 Creep — (engl. fließen, kriechen, schleichen) bezeichnet: einen Horrorfilm aus dem Jahr 2004, siehe Creep (Film) eine Single der Band Radiohead, siehe Creep (Lied) eine Single der R n B Gruppe TLC im technischen Sinne das „Kriechen“ von Materialien siehe …

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  • 11 creep — ● creep ou creeping nom masculin (anglais to creep, ramper, ou creeping, reptation) Lente descente du sol, consistant en une infinité de petits déplacements des particules meubles, les unes par rapport aux autres, sous l effet de la pesanteur et… …

    Encyclopédie Universelle

  • 12 creep — s.n. (geol.) Deplasare lentă a particulelor care alcătuiesc depozitele diluviale către partea inferioară a unui versant; fluaj. [pron. crip, scris şi crip. / < engl., fr. creep]. Trimis de LauraGellner, 16.02.2005. Sursa: DN  CREEP CRIP/ s. n …

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  • 13 creep — ► VERB (past and past part. crept) 1) move slowly and carefully, especially to avoid being noticed. 2) move or progress very slowly and steadily. 3) (of a plant) grow along the ground or other surface by extending stems or branches. 4) (creep to) …

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  • 14 creep — [krēp] vi. crept, creeping [ME crepen < OE creopan, to creep, lit., go bent down; akin to Swed krypa < IE base * ger : see CRADLE] 1. to move along with the body close to the ground, as on hands and knees 2. to move slowly, stealthily,… …

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  • 15 creep — (v.) O.E. creopan to creep (class II strong verb; past tense creap, pp. cropen), from P.Gmc. *kreupanan (Cf. O.Fris. kriapa, M.Du. crupen, O.N. krjupa to creep ), from PIE root *greug . As a noun, a creeping motion, from 1818; meaning despicable… …

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  • 16 creep by — ˌcreep ˈby [intransitive] [present tense I/you/we/they creep by he/she/it creeps by present participle creeping by past tense …

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  • 17 Creep — Creep. См. Ползучесть. (Источник: «Металлы и сплавы. Справочник.» Под редакцией Ю.П. Солнцева; НПО Профессионал , НПО Мир и семья ; Санкт Петербург, 2003 г.) …

    Словарь металлургических терминов

  • 18 creep — index prowl Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 19 creep — [v] crawl along, usually on ground approach unnoticed, crawl on all fours, edge, glide, grovel, gumshoe*, inch, insinuate, lurk, pussyfoot, scrabble, scramble, skulk, slink, slither, snake*, sneak, squirm, steal, tiptoe, worm, wriggle, writhe;… …

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  • 20 creep|ie — «KREE pee», noun, or creepie stool, Scottish. a low stool: »On the creepie stool, chubby Isaac absorbed the wonder of half comprehended words (New Yorker) …

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