crawl way


crawl way
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English-Russian scientific dictionary. 2008.

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  • crawl|way — «KRL WAY», noun. 1. = crawl space. (Cf. ↑crawl space) 2. = crawlerway. (Cf. ↑crawlerway) …   Useful english dictionary

  • crawl|er|way — «KR luhr WAY», noun. a road built at a launching site to move large loads, such as rockets: »An eight lane “crawlerway”…led to the launch pad (Time) …   Useful english dictionary

  • crawl — crawl1 [ krɔl ] verb intransitive * 1. ) crawl across/along/through etc. to move along the ground on your hands and knees or with your body close to the ground: She crawled across the floor, her eyes stinging from the smoke. They crawled through… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • crawl — I UK [krɔːl] / US [krɔl] verb [intransitive] Word forms crawl : present tense I/you/we/they crawl he/she/it crawls present participle crawling past tense crawled past participle crawled * 1) a) to move along the ground on your hands and knees or… …   English dictionary

  • crawl´er — crawl1 «krl», verb, noun. –v.i. 1. to move slowly by pulling the body along the ground: »Worms and snakes crawl. 2. to creep on hands and knees: »A baby crawls before it walks. The boys crawled through a hole in the wall. 3. Figurative. to move… …   Useful english dictionary

  • crawl — 1 verb (I) 1 MOVE ON HANDS AND KNEES to move along on your hands and knees with your body close to the ground (+ along/across etc): She suddenly got down and crawled along behind the wall so that Carl wouldn t see her. | Is your baby crawling… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • crawl — crawl1 [kro:l US kro:l] v [Date: 1300 1400; : Old Norse; Origin: krafla] 1.) to move along on your hands and knees with your body close to the ground crawl along/across etc ▪ The baby crawled across the floor. 2.) if an insect crawls, it moves… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • crawl — {{11}}crawl (n.) 1818, from CRAWL (Cf. crawl) (v.); in the swimming sense from 1903, the stroke developed by Frederick Cavill, well known English swimmer who emigrated to Australia and modified the standard stroke of the day after observing South …   Etymology dictionary

  • crawl — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. i. creep, lag, drag; cringe, fawn, cower, grovel. See servility, slowness, lowness. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To move like an insect] Syn. creep, worm along, wriggle, squirm, slither, move on hands and… …   English dictionary for students

  • crawl with — phrasal verb [transitive, usually progressive] Word forms crawl with : present tense I/you/we/they crawl with he/she/it crawls with present participle crawling with past tense crawled with past participle crawled with 1) to be full of people in a …   English dictionary

  • crawl — [krɔːl] verb I 1) to move along the ground on your hands and knees We crawled through the bushes.[/ex] 2) to move forwards very slowly Traffic crawled along the main road.[/ex] 3) if an insect crawls, it moves forwards using its legs 4) if time… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

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