Detailed Translations for sneak from English to Spanish


to sneak verb (sneaks, sneaked, sneaking)

  1. to sneak
  2. to sneak (slip; make a slip; steal)

Conjugations for sneak:

  1. sneak
  2. sneak
  3. sneaks
  4. sneak
  5. sneak
  6. sneak
simple past
  1. sneaked
  2. sneaked
  3. sneaked
  4. sneaked
  5. sneaked
  6. sneaked
present perfect
  1. have sneaked
  2. have sneaked
  3. has sneaked
  4. have sneaked
  5. have sneaked
  6. have sneaked
past continuous
  1. was sneaking
  2. were sneaking
  3. was sneaking
  4. were sneaking
  5. were sneaking
  6. were sneaking
  1. shall sneak
  2. will sneak
  3. will sneak
  4. shall sneak
  5. will sneak
  6. will sneak
continuous present
  1. am sneaking
  2. are sneaking
  3. is sneaking
  4. are sneaking
  5. are sneaking
  6. are sneaking
  1. be sneaked
  2. be sneaked
  3. be sneaked
  4. be sneaked
  5. be sneaked
  6. be sneaked
  1. sneak!
  2. let's sneak!
  3. sneaked
  4. sneaking
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

sneak [the ~] noun

  1. the sneak (smooth operator; fly boy; shifty character; slick customer)
    el viejo zorro; el lince; el lagarto; el malicioso; el soplón; el socarrón; el tipo astuto

Translation Matrix for sneak:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
lagarto fly boy; shifty character; slick customer; smooth operator; sneak lizard
lince fly boy; shifty character; slick customer; smooth operator; sneak clever fox; lynx; sly dog; slyboots
malicioso fly boy; shifty character; slick customer; smooth operator; sneak
socarrón fly boy; shifty character; slick customer; smooth operator; sneak queer chap; queer fellow; rascal; rogue; slyboots; wag
soplón fly boy; shifty character; slick customer; smooth operator; sneak betrayer; clacker; clapper; clatter; cracker; informant; informer; rattle; snooper; squeaker; squealer; tattler; tell-tale; traitor; traitress; villain
tipo astuto fly boy; shifty character; slick customer; smooth operator; sneak cunning person; dodger; fox
viejo zorro fly boy; shifty character; slick customer; smooth operator; sneak
- canary; fink; prowler; sneaker; snitch; snitcher; stalker; stool pigeon; stoolie; stoolpigeon
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
colarse sneak
dar un patinazo make a slip; slip; sneak; steal
deslizarse make a slip; slip; sneak; steal blunder; creep in; delay; fall flat; fall over; glide; postpone; skid; skim; slide; slide down; slide off; slip; slip in; slip off; slip up; slither; steal in; topple over; trip; whizz
escapar make a slip; slip; sneak; steal avoid; be a slip of the tongue; be freed from; be liberated; break away; come out; duck out; elude; escape; evade; fall vacant; get away; get off; keep out of; make a duck; make a slip; nick; pinch; receive; release; slip; slip quietly into the night; snitch; squeeze out of it; steal; swerve
escaparse make a slip; slip; sneak; steal be freed from; be liberated; be off; blow up; break away from; burst out; clear off; come out; desert; do a moonlight flit; elude; evade; fall vacant; get off; go with the wind; receive; release; run away; run off; set in; swerve; walk away; walk off; walk out
ir de puntillas sneak
- creep; mouse; pussyfoot; slip
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- furtive; sneaky; stealthy; surreptitious
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
malicioso bad; devilish; dubious; grimy; hateful; invidious; malicious; mean; nasty; obscure; problematic; questionable; satanic; scary; shady; shifty; sinister; slimy; snide; spiteful; suspect; suspicious; uncertain; unreliable; venomous; vicious; virulent; vitriolic
socarrón bad; behind one's back; cunning; false; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; underhand; vicious; vile

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Related Definitions for "sneak":

  1. marked by quiet and caution and secrecy; taking pains to avoid being observed1
    • a sneak attack1
  2. someone acting as an informer or decoy for the police1
  3. someone who prowls or sneaks about; usually with unlawful intentions1
  4. a person who is regarded as underhanded and furtive and contemptible1
  5. to go stealthily or furtively1
    • ..stead of sneaking around spying on the neighbor's house1
  6. pass on stealthily1
  7. put, bring, or take in a secretive or furtive manner1
    • sneak a look1
    • sneak a cigarette1

Wiktionary Translations for sneak:

  1. a cheat; con artist; trickster
  1. to creep
  2. to hide in a mean or cowardly manner

Cross Translation:
sneak deslizarse sluipen — zeer voorzichtig lopen, op zo'n manier dat ontdekking vermeden kan worden
sneak chivarse; soplar; chivatear; soplonear petzenintransitiv, transitiv; schülersprachlich und familiär abwertend: (vornehmlich einer Lehrperson, den Eltern oder ähnlichen Autoritätspersonen) wissen lassen, dass jemand Anderer etwas unerlaubt, unrechtmäßig oder dergleichen getan hat
sneak patinar; resbalar; deslizarse glisser — Se mettre en mouvement, comme couler sur une surface lisse ou le long d’un autre corps.

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