Crawl

  • 1 crawl — crawl …

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  • 2 crawl — [ krol ] n. m. • 1905; mot angl., de to crawl « ramper » ♦ Nage rapide qui consiste en un battement continu des jambes et une rotation alternative des bras. Nager le crawl. ● crawl nom masculin (anglais crawl, de to crawl, ramper) Nage sur le… …

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  • 3 Crawl — or crawling may refer to: Crawling (Pottery), Crawling occurs when the glaze hasn t properly adhered to the bisqued clay. Crawling (human), any of several types of human quadrupedal gait Limbless locomotion, the movement of limbless animals over… …

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  • 4 Crawl — Le crawl est le type de nage le plus rapide actuellement, utilisé lors des épreuves de nage libre pour cette raison. C est l un des deux styles de nage asymétrique avec le dos. Sommaire 1 …

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  • 5 Crawl — «Crawl» Сингл Криса Брауна из альбома Graffiti Выпущен 23 ноября 2009 Формат Digital download, CD Записан 2009 Жанр R B …

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  • 6 Crawl — (kr[add]l), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Crawled} (kr[add]ld); p. pr. & vb. n. {Crawling}.] [Dan. kravle, or Icel. krafla, to paw, scrabble with the hands; akin to Sw. kr[aum]la to crawl; cf. LG. krabbeln, D. krabbelen to scratch.] 1. To move slowly by… …

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  • 7 Crawl (EP) — Crawl EP by Entombed Released 1990 Recorded Sunlight studios Genre Death metal …

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  • 8 crawl — crawl·er; crawl·ing·ly; crawl·ing·ness; crawl; …

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  • 9 crawl — crawl1 [krôl] vi. [ME craulen < ON krafla < Gmc base * krab , *kreb , to scratch (> Ger krabbeln): for IE base see CRAB1] 1. to move slowly by dragging the body along the ground, as a worm 2. to go on hands and knees; creep 3. to move or …

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  • 10 Crawl — 〈[krɔ:l] n.; s; unz.〉 = Kraul * * * Crawl [krɔ:l ], das; s <meist o. Art. u. ungebeugt> (Sport seltener): Kraul. * * * Crawl [krɔ:l], das; s <meist o. Art. u. ungebeugt> (Sport seltener): ↑Kraul …

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  • 11 crawl|y — «KR lee», adjective, crawl|i|er, crawl|i|est. Informal. feeling as if things are crawling over one s skin; creepy …

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  • 12 Crawl — (kr?l), n. The act or motion of crawling; slow motion, as of a creeping animal. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 13 Crawl — Crawl, n. [Cf. {Kraal}.] A pen or inclosure of stakes and hurdles on the seacoast, for holding fish. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 14 crawl — s.m.inv. ES ingl. {{wmetafile0}} 1. TS sport → stile libero 2. TS telev. → serpentone {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1921. ETIMO: der. di (to) crawl strisciare …

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  • 15 crawl — /ingl. krɔːl/ [vc. ingl., da to crawl «avanzare strisciando»] s. m. inv. stile libero, freestyle …

    Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • 16 crawl — [v1] move very slowly clamber, creep, drag, drag oneself along, go on all fours, go on belly, grovel, hang back, inch, lag, loiter along, lollygag*, move at snail’s pace*, move on hands and knees, plod, poke, pull oneself along, scrabble, slide,… …

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  • 17 crawl — sb. (fk.); svømme crawl …

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  • 18 crawl — index truckle Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 19 Crawl — 〈 [krɔ:l] n.; Gen.: s od. ; Pl.: unz.〉 = Kraul [Etym.: engl.] …

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  • 20 Crawl — [krɔ:l] usw. vgl. ↑Kraul usw …

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