crept

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Englisch - Türkisch
sürünmek
sürünen
{f} sürün

Kedi çitin altında süründü. - The cat crept under the hedge.

Bebek, sürünerek odaya girdi. - The baby crept into the room.

creep ürper/sokul/sürün
f., bak. creep
creep
{f} sürünmek
crept out
dışarı süzüldü
creep
sürünerek ilerlemek
creep
yaltakçı

Benim bir yaltakçı olduğumu düşünmelisin. - You must think I'm a creep.

Benden uzak dur, seni yaltakçı! - Get away from me, you creep!

creep
sünme
creep
sessizce hareket etmek
creep
{i} yayılma
creep
{f} sessizce gitmek/hareket etmek
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sürünme
creep
My flesh creeps Tüylerim ürperiyor
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tuhaf (kimse)
creep
sızıntı
creep
kaymak
creep
akma
creep
sünmek
creep
krip
creep
alçak
creep
(Avcılık) tetik sürümesi
creep
evet efendimci
creep
garip tip
creep
dalkavuk
creep
sessizce sokulmak
creep
tüyleri ürpermek
creep
(sarmaşık/vb.) sarılmak
creep
yağcı
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(Askeri) DEFORMASYON: Bir metalde bir zorlamaya maruz kaldığı zaman devamlı şekil değiştirme hassası. Deformasyon yüksek ısılarda çabuklaşır
creep
gıcık
creep
ürpermek
creep
{f} sürün

Hey, külotlu şakalardan vazgeçmenin zamanı geldi.Okuyucuları soğutacaksın,seni sürüngen. - Hey, it's about time you quit it with the panty jokes. You'll put off the readers, you creeper!

creep
DEFORMASYON: Bir metalde bir zorlamaya maruz kaldığı zaman devamlı şekil değiştirme hassası. Deformasyon yüksek ısılarda çabuklaşır
creep
kıl
creep
ürperti

Bunun ürpertici olduğunu düşünmüyor musun? - Don't you think it's creepy?

Bu yer tüyler ürpertici. - This place is creepy.

creep
toprak kayması
creep
sokulmak
creep
emeklemek
creep
ürperme
creep
sığınak
creep
sarılarak büyümek
creep
yuva
creep
kayma
creep
emekleme
creep
sızmak
creep
{f} ürpermek. i., argo kıl/gıcık/pis herif; uyuz karı
creep
uzun dal sürmek
creep
sürün,v.sürün: n.sürünme
creep
{i} sevilmeyen kimse
creep
{f} (crept)
creep
creep up on hissettirmeyerek yaklaşmak
creep
sarılmak
creep
(Nükleer Bilimler) eskime,sürünme
Englisch - Englisch
past of creep
of Creep
Crept is the past tense and past participle of creep. Past tense and past participle of creep. the past tense and past participle of creep
CREEP
The Committee to Re-elect the President, which raised money for Richard Nixon's campaign for 1972 reelection
creep
A slight displacement of an object: the slight movement of something
creep
A barrier with small openings used to keep large animals out while allowing smaller animals to pass through
creep
The imperceptible downslope movement of surface rock
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A relatively small gradual change, variation or deviation (from a planned value) in a measure
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Of plants, to grow across a surface rather than upwards
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To make small gradual changes, usually in a particular direction

Prices have been creeping up all year.

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A frightening and/or disconcerting person, especially one who gives the speaker chills or who induces psychosomatic facial itching

Stop following me, you creep!.

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To move slowly and quietly in a particular direction

He tried to creep past the guard without being seen.

creep
The gradual expansion or proliferation of something beyond its original goals or boundaries, considered negatively

Christmas creep. Feature creep. Instruction creep. Mission creep.

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The time-dependent part of strain resulting from stress, that is, the dimensional change caused by the application of load over and above the elastic deformation and with respect to time
creep
A measure of the deformation remaining in a material after a force resulting in elastic deformation has been removed In other words, creep is the opposite of elastic memory; if a material has perfect elastic memory, there will be no creep
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An annoying irritating person
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The act or process of creeping
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{v} to move slowly, loiter, fawn, ben
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disapproval If you describe someone as a creep, you mean that you dislike them a great deal, especially because they are insincere and flatter people
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the amount a line permanently lengthens when pulled Loosely braided line has a lot of creep, tightly braided has less, linear core line has the least If all the lines creep evenly, it's pretty much unnoticeable On ram-air and hybrid kites, the power lines creep more than the brakes, causing the kite to fly sluggishly
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grow in such a way as to cover (a building, for example); "ivy grew over the walls of the university buildings"
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To move slowly, feebly, or timorously, as from unwillingness, fear, or weakness
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To have a sensation as of insects creeping on the skin of the body; to crawl; as, the sight made my flesh creep
creep
The dimensional change with time of a material under load At room temperature, it is sometimes called cold flow
creep
Dimensional change in a material under physical load over time and instantaneous elastic deformation
creep
The dimensional change with time of a material under load
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To move along the ground, or on any other surface, on the belly, as a worm or reptile; to move as a child on the hands and knees; to crawl
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If a rate or number creeps up to a higher level, it gradually reaches that level. The inflation rate has been creeping up to 9.5 per cent The average number of students in each class is creeping up from three to four
creep
the time-dependent permanent deformation that occurs under stress; for most materials it is important only at elevated temperatures
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If something creeps in or creeps back, it begins to occur or becomes part of something without people realizing or without them wanting it. Insecurity might creep in An increasing ratio of mistakes, perhaps induced by tiredness, crept into her game. a proposal that crept through unnoticed at the National Council in December
creep
See Crawl, v
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The permanent deformation of a roofing material or roof system caused by the movement of the roof membrane that results from continuous thermal stress or loading
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the permanent deformation of a roofing material or system, caused by the movement of the system by thermal stress or loading
creep
a pen that is fenced so that young animals can enter but adults cannot a slow longitudinal movement or deformation someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric
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Relatively slow, quiet movement along a fault It is sometimes called "seismic creep" to distinguish it from the slumping of rock or soil on slopes (which is also known as creep), and sometimes called "aseismic creep", since it does not trigger events greater than microearthquakes
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– The permanent deformation resulting from prolonged application of stress below the elastic limit Due to its vicoelastic nature, a plastic subjected to load for a period of time tends to deform more than it would from the same load released immediately after application, and the degree of this deformation is dependent on the load duration
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A time-dependent deformation of a structural member under a sustained constant load
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If something creeps somewhere, it moves very slowly. Mist had crept in again from the sea
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Very slow, continuous downslope movement of soil or debris
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A permanent inelastic deformation in a material due to changes in the material caused by the prolonged application of structural stress
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If someone or something gives you the creeps, they make you feel very nervous or frightened. I always hated that statue. It gave me the creeps
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A slow rising of the floor of a gallery, occasioned by the pressure of incumbent strata upon the pillars or sides; a gradual movement of mining ground
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Continued deformation of material under stress
creep
show submission or fear
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To move or behave with servility or exaggerated humility; to fawn; as, a creeping sycophant
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to make someone's flesh creep: see flesh. Slow change in the dimensions of a material from prolonged stress. Most common metals exhibit creep behaviour. In the creep test, loads below those that ordinarily cause plastic flow or fracture are applied to the material, and the deformation over a period of time (creep strain) under constant load is measured, usually with an extensometer or strain gauge. Time to failure is also measured against stress. Once creep strain versus time is plotted, various mathematical techniques are available for extrapolating creep behaviour beyond the test times; thus, designers can use thousand-hour test data, for example, to predict ten-thousand-hour behaviour. See also testing machine
creep
To move slowly with the abdomen close to the ground
creep
An increase in strain with time; the gradual flow or deformation of a material under stress
creep
The movement of something that creeps (like worms or snails)
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To grow, as a vine, clinging to the ground or to some other support by means of roots or rootlets, or by tendrils, along its length
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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"
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A distressing sensation, or sound, like that occasioned by the creeping of insects
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The process of compensating for the shifting position of the pages in a saddle-stitched bind Creep moves the inside pages or signatures toward the spine
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In sewn books, the tendency of pages on the inside of a quire to stand out farther than those on the outside of it
creep
{i} person who makes one's skin crawl (Slang)
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{f} crawl; climb; sneak, move along quietly and slowly
creep
A time dependent deformation of a material under load
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The plastic flow of pipe within a system; the permanent set in metal caused by stresses at high temperatures Generally associated with a time rate of deformation
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Slow, more or less continuous movement occurring on faults due to ongoing tectonic deformation Faults that are creeping do not tend to have large earthquakes
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The dimensional change in a material under physical load over time beyond instantaneous elastic deformation
creep
the gradual movement of soil and other materials down a slope
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To move in a stealthy or secret manner; to move imperceptibly or clandestinely; to steal in; to insinuate itself or one's self; as, age creeps upon us
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to go stealthily or furtively; " stead of sneaking around spying on the neighbor's house"
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To slip, or to become slightly displaced; as, the collodion on a negative, or a coat of varnish, may creep in drying; the quicksilver on a mirror may creep
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(1) The deformation occurring with the lapse of time in both cured and uncured polyurethane, in a body under stress in addition to the immediate elastic deformation Some related terms and properties are stress-relaxation, hysteresis, damping, flow, compression set and viscosity See Cold Flow
creep
a pen that is fenced so that young animals can enter but adults cannot
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When people or animals creep somewhere, they move quietly and slowly. Back I go to the hotel and creep up to my room The rabbit creeps away and hides in a hole
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Phenomenon of middle pages of a folded signature extending slightly beyond outside pages Also called feathering, outpush, push out and thrust See also Shingling
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someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric
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a slow longitudinal movement or deformation
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To drag in deep water with creepers, as for recovering a submarine cable
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long-term deformation under constant load
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move slowly; in the case of people or animals with the body near the ground; "The crocodile was crawling along the riverbed"
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A slow movement of the adhesive or backing under stress
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    Türkische aussprache

    krept

    Aussprache

    /ˈkrept/ /ˈkrɛpt/

    Etymologie

    [ 'krEp ] (intransitive verb.) before 12th century. Middle English crepen, from Old English crEopan; akin to Old Norse krjupa to creep.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    crept up, crept out, crept into

    Wort des Tages

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