- vi.爬行; 缓慢行进; 巴结;
- n.缓慢的爬行; 〈美俚〉跳舞，自由式游泳; 养鱼（龟）池;
- 第三人称单数: crawls;
- 过去式: crawled;
- 过去分词: crawled;
- 现在分词: crawling;
Our baby is just starting to crawl.
The traffic on the approach road slowed to a crawl.
As he tried to crawl away, he was hit in the shoulder.
I was heading on a secret mission that made my flesh crawl.
I hated this man, his very touch made my skin crawl.
The baby began to crawl, then managed her first tottering steps.
Don't worry if your baby seems a little reluctant to crawl or walk.
I watched the moth crawl up the outside of the lampshade.
Hairpin turns force the car to crawl at 10 miles an hour in some places.
David had been on a pub crawl with pals from his rugby club.
At times the president's motorcade slowed to a crawl.
Colleagues today recall with humor how meetings would crawl into the early morning hours.
We learn to crawl before we learn to walk.
She slowed the car to a crawl.
He will crawl anywhere if he can gain something by it.
Worms and snakes crawl.
I heard a voice reverberating: " Crawl out! I give you liberty! "
我听到一个声音在回荡: “ 爬出来 吧 ,我给你自由! ”
They have no right to crawl me for what I wrote.
Before flashover occurs, a person in a burning room may crawl to safety along the floor.
The road is giving out all over! I think I can crawl back up.
The baby is just learning to crawl.
I can have two whole days every week to crawl on the checkers without disturbance.
Nancy : Usually, people choose the Australian crawl, which is the fastest.
Or you can crawl from the rubble and slowly rebuild.
You were born with wings. Why prefer to crawl through life?
你生来是有翅膀的, 为什麽生命中要在地上爬 呢 ?
Farley: That's disgusting. Snakes make my skin crawl.
法利: 恶心死了. 我一想到蛇全身就起鸡皮疙瘩.
I can do the crawl, and I'm learning the backstroke and breaststroke.
A lady doesn't crawl around on the decks dicing with the crew.
Looking into the crawl space one day, I saw the outline of a large snake.
Creepers are always ambitiously trying to crawl over every inch of the wall.
1. a very slow movement;
"the traffic advanced at a crawl"
2. a swimming stroke; arms are moved alternately overhead accompanied by a flutter kick
3. a slow creeping mode of locomotion (on hands and knees or dragging the body);
"a crawl was all that the injured man could manage"
"the traffic moved at a creep"
1. move slowly; in the case of people or animals with the body near the ground;
"The crocodile was crawling along the riverbed"
2. feel as if crawling with insects;
"My skin crawled--I was terrified"
3. be crawling with;
"The old cheese was crawling with maggots"
4. show submission or fear
5. swim by doing the crawl;
"European children learn the breast stroke; they often don't know how to crawl"
creep, climb, crawl