- adj.偷偷摸摸的; 鬼鬼祟祟的; 卑怯的; 暗中的;
- v.潜行( sneak的现在分词 ); 偷偷溜走; （儿童向成人）打小报告; 告状;
She had always had a sneaking affection for him.
I have a sneaking suspicion that they are going to succeed.
She ducked the interviewers by sneaking out the back door.
He was caught sneaking an apple from a shop.
We have to invent a new method for sneaking prisoners out without being noticed by the guards.
Darkness was sneaking up on the travellers as they entered the forest.
I think he'd meant to upbraid me for sneaking off, but he didn't.
The thief cane sneaking round the corner and encountered a po liceman.
He's done nothing but ruined you with his sneaking Italian tricks.
他 对于 你一无好处,只是用他那鬼鬼祟祟的意大利手段毁了你.
What are you sneaking around here for?
I have a sneaking suspicion that he stole my wallet.
Chiang are also grand, the new underground party secretary risked sneaking into Nanjing.
After entering the secret door, a tutorial for the Guard Hall sneaking system is given.
What's that fellow up to sneaking around like that?
这家伙鬼鬼祟祟的,想干 什么 ?
He loves sneaking up on his sister and frighten her.
For , while Horton sat there so faithful , so kind, three hunters came sneaking up softly behind!
Why didn't Harry see Barty Crouch Jr. sneaking into Snape's storage?
Other : This will be a sneaking mission.
Be: Sneak him into the house? That's like sneaking an elephant into a telephone booth.
I even had an occasional sneaking suspicion that the director had taken away the working drawing.
They have invented a new method for sneaking the escaped prisoners out of the country.
Wasn't it fun, though , sneaking him in and out for his walk?
Sneaking Potion: Increases Stealth a great deal for 30 sec.
This will be a sneaking mission.
She was caught sneaking into the show without paying.
He ducked the interviewers by sneaking out the back door.
I know all about keeping the faith and not sneaking.
Now you come sneaking around with your information and your talk about what you have done.
We should not be overcautious or too afraid of reactionaries sneaking in.
Sneaking out of classroom by the backdoor.
1. not openly expressed;
"a sneaking suspicion"