Found 3 items, similar to leak.
English → Indonesian
bocor, bocoran, kebocoran, merembes, merembesi
English → English
v 1: tell anonymously; “The news were leaked to the paper”
2: be leaked; “The news leaked out despite his secrecy”
[syn: leak out
3: enter or escape as through a hole or crack or fissure;
“Water leaked out of the can into the backpack”
leaked into the basement”
4: have an opening that allows light or substances to enter or
go out; “The container leaked gasoline”
; “the roof leaks
n 1: an accidental hole that allows something (fluid or light
etc.) to enter or escape; “one of the tires developed a
2: soft watery rot in fruits and vegetables caused by fungi
3: a euphemism for urination; “he had to take a leak”
, passing water
4: the unwanted discharge of a fluid from some container; “they
tried to stop the escape of gas from the damaged pipe”
“he had to clean up the leak”
5: unauthorized (especially deliberate) disclosure of
confidential information [syn: news leak
English → English
, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Leaked
(l[=e]kt); p. pr. &
vb. n. Leaking
.] [Akin to D. lekken, G. lecken, lechen,
Icel. leka, Dan. l[ae]kke, Sw. l["a]cka, AS. leccan to wet,
moisten. See Leak
1. To let water or other fluid in or out through a hole,
crevice, etc.; as, the cask leaks; the roof leaks; the
2. To enter or escape, as a fluid, through a hole, crevice,
etc.; to pass gradually into, or out of, something; --
usually with in or out.
To leak out
, to be divulged gradually or clandestinely; to
become public; as, the facts leaked out.
Leaky. [Obs.] --Spenser.
(l[=e]k), n. [Akin to D. lek leaky, a leak, G. leck,
Icel. lekr leaky, Dan. l[ae]k leaky, a leak, Sw. l["a]ck; cf.
AS. hlec full of cracks or leaky. Cf. Leak
1. A crack, crevice, fissure, or hole which admits water or
other fluid, or lets it escape; as, a leak in a roof; a
leak in a boat; a leak in a gas pipe. “One leak will sink
2. The entrance or escape of a fluid through a crack,
fissure, or other aperture; as, the leak gained on the
3. (Elec.) A loss of electricity through imperfect
insulation; also, the point at which such loss occurs.
[Webster 1913 Suppl.]
4. an act of urinating; -- used mostly in the phrase
take a leak
, i. e. to urinate. [vulgar]
5. The disclosure of information that is expected to be kept
confidential; as, leaks by the White House staff
infuriated Nixon; leaks by the Special Prosecutor were
criticized as illegal.
To spring a leak
, to open or crack so as to let in water;
to begin to let in water; as, the ship sprung a leak.