- vi.潜行; 偷偷溜走; （儿童向成人）打小报告; 告状
- n.鬼鬼祟祟的人; 溜走，偷偷摸摸的举动; 小偷; 告密的人
- 第三人称单数: sneaks;
- 过去式: sneaked; snuck;
- 过去分词: sneaked; snuck;
- 现在分词: sneaking;
Gil says that women can't keep secrets. That's rich, coming from him, the professional sneak.
You sneak a look at your watch to see how long you've got to wait.
Sometimes he would sneak out of his house late at night to be with me.
The government would not allow anyone to sneak in by the back door and seize power by force.
My working days were spent mooning round his department, trying to sneak a chance encounter.
Sometimes our expectations sneak up on us unawares.
I managed to sneak up on him when you knocked on the door.
Don't sneak away and hide.
They attended a sneak preview of the winter fashion collection.
How did he sneak off in the middle of the meeting without being noticed?
他是如何在会议中途偷偷溜走而未被人发现 呢 ?
Don't you be a sneak!
Don't trust that sneak.
He will try to sneak his name in the guest list.
C : Well , so that I could always quick sneak a pill if things got too bad.
And don't try to sneak out of your duties like you did last time.
Be: Sneak him into the house? That's like sneaking an elephant into a telephone booth.
There is also a Sneak Peak page which i want my designer to customize.
The quiet ones always sneak up on you.
Clark : Look, I'll find some way to distract her and then you sneak out.
Please close the door after you, because an awful draught might sneak in behind you.
Chanel liked to sneak up into her aunt's attic and read romance novels.
Jeff was trying to sneak up on me.
The girls hated it when he tried to sneak a feel.
Welded seams help make the weatherproof, offering water fewer opportunities to sneak into your bag.
When at home, you may sneak away to run into the study and check your email.
Sneak crossing finally as malignant political incident barrel to Deng Xiaoping in front.
They tries to sneak up on your wives and your daughters.
But since it was a sneak attack, I feel guilty about what I did.
Last year, the Transportation Security Administration ( ' , TSA) found in a secret check that undercover investigators were able to sneak weapons---both fake and real—past airport security nearly every time they tried.
1. someone who prowls or sneaks about; usually with unlawful intentions
2. someone acting as an informer or decoy for the police
1. to go stealthily or furtively;
"..stead of sneaking around spying on the neighbor's house"
2. put, bring, or take in a secretive or furtive manner;
"sneak a look"
"sneak a cigarette"
3. make off with belongings of others
4. pass on stealthily;
"He slipped me the key when nobody was looking"
1. marked by quiet and caution and secrecy; taking pains to avoid being observed;
"a furtive manner"
"a lurking prowler"
"a sneak attack"
"a surreptitious glance at his watch"
"someone skulking in the shadows"