go quietly and furtively
"a furtive manner"
"a sneak attack"
"a surreptitious glance at his watch"
"..stead of sneaking around spying on the neighbor's house"
"sneak a look"
"sneak a cigarette"
"He slipped me the key when nobody was looking"
I decided to sneak off to Paris for a few days without letting anyone know.
出自： F. Astaire
We sneaked down the trail into the canyon. The man didn't see us.
出自： R. Macdonald
A burglar snuck in through the window.
I still can't figure how anything that big could have snuck up on me unawares.
出自： J. May
She sneaked away without telling anyone.
How did he sneak off in the middle of the meeting without being noticed?
The cat ate the food and sneaked off.
The boys used to sneak in without paying.
Typhoid fever sneaks in when sanitation fails.
环境卫生搞不好,伤寒就会乘虚而入。 sneak sb ⇔ in
I'll see if I can sneak you in after dark.
我要看天黑之后能否帮你偷偷溜进去。 sneak sth ⇔ in
Every time he appears on television, he finds a way to sneak in a mention of his latest book.
大家入睡后,她偷偷溜进屋子。 sneak sth into sth
The children sneaked the snake into the house.
She sneaked on her best friend to the teacher.
He stole the money and sneaked out of the house.
他偷了钱便溜出了屋子。 sneak sb/sth ⇔ out (of sth)
We have to invent a new method for sneaking prisoners out without the guards noticing.
The soldier was charged with sneaking army food out of the camp.
James loves sneaking up on his sister to frighten her.
Darkness was sneaking up on the travellers as they entered the forest.
The jewel thief sneaked up on the house without being seen.