• act of crawling (moving along the ground on all fours, creeping); swimming stroke
• creep, move along the ground on all fours; grovel, be servile
• when you crawl, you move forward on your hands and knees.
• when an insect or vehicle crawls somewhere, it moves there slowly.
• if you say that a place is crawling with people or things, you mean that it is full of them; an informal use.
• if you crawl to someone, you try to please them in order to gain some advantage; used in informal english, showing disapproval.
• if traffic moves at a crawl, it moves very slowly.
• the crawl is a swimming stroke in which you lie on your front, swinging first one arm over your head, and then the other arm.
• creep, move slowly
crawl on all fours
• move on hands and knees, creep, move along the ground on hands and knees
• basic swimming stroke
face down crawl
• crawling low on the ground
• front crawl is a type of swimming stroke that you do lying on your front.
• method of moving at night in order to remain quiet and guard weapons
• a pub crawl is an activity in which someone goes from one pub to another having drinks in each one; an informal expression.
• crawl on one's side behind a hiding place