1. (stream) (United States)
There are no more fish in the creek because of the pollution from the mill.Ya no hay peces en el arroyo a causa de la contaminación de la fábrica.
It was the thaw, and we had to cross many creeks along the way.Era época de deshielo, y por el camino tuvimos que cruzar muchos riachuelos.
2. (cove) (United Kingdom)
1. (small bay) (United Kingdom)
a. la cala (F)
2. (stream) ()
a. el riachuelo (M)
3. (fam fig)
to be up the creek (without a paddle)tenerlo claro ir de culo
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