squeak

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
squeak

Plural
squeaks

  1. (countable) A squeak is a high-pitched sound that objects produce, especially when rubbing together.
    The squeak of this old door is so annoying!

Verb[change]

Plain form
squeak

Third-person singular
squeaks

Past tense
squeaked

Past participle
squeaked

Present participle
squeaking

  1. If something squeaks it produces this kind of sound.
    His wheelchair is always squeaking when it moves.

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