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  1. creaky

    • IPA[ˈkriːki]

    英式

    • adj.
      making or liable to make a creaking sound when being moved or when pressure is applied;(of a voice) producing a harsh, high-pitched sound
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    • 1. making or liable to make a creaking sound when being moved or when pressure is applied I climbed the creaky stairs
    • (of a voice) producing a harsh, high-pitched sound ‘We don't know, do we’, he said, creaky with self-restraint
    • 2. old-fashioned or decrepit the country's creaky legal system
    • n.
      a way of speaking in which the vocal cords are tightly drawn together at one end and vibrate at ... creaky voice was prevalent in the voices of these actresses

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a way of speaking in which the vocal cords are tightly drawn together at one end and vibrate at ... creaky voice was prevalent in the voices of these actresses

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈkrēkē]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of an object, typically a wooden one) making or liable to make a harsh, high-pitched sound ... I climbed the creaky stairs

    Oxford American Dictionary