Posted on

Pronunciation of Squeak: Learn how to pronounce Squeak in English correctly

Learn how to say Squeak correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word squeak:

a short, high-pitched sound or cry:
the door opened with a slight squeak
[with negative] a single remark or communication:
I didn’t hear a squeak from him for months
[no object]
1make a high-pitched sound or cry:
he oiled the hinges to stop them squeaking
[with direct speech] say something in a nervous or excited high-pitched tone:
‘You’re scaring me,’ she squeaked
informal inform on someone:
I have assured them that you will not squeak
2 [with adverbial] informal succeed in achieving something by a very narrow margin:
the bill squeaked through with just six votes to spare
late Middle English (as a verb): imitative; compare with Swedish skv√§ka ‘croak’, also with squeal and shriek. The noun dates from the early 17th century