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Definition of creak noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

creak

 noun
noun
NAmE//krik//
 
[countable] (also creaking [uncountable, countable])
 
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a sound, for example that sometimes made by a door when it opens or shuts, or by a wooden floor when you step on it the creak/creaking of the door Distant creaks and groans echoed eerily along the dark corridors.
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