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The meaning of Leaked

Leaked – definition

adjective

(of secret information) made public.

Usage examples:

A leaked government document
verb

(of a container or covering) accidentally lose or admit contents, especially liquid or gas, through a hole or crack.

Usage examples:

The roof leaked
verb

Past simple and past participle of leak

Usage examples:

Water was leaking from the pipe., oil leaked out of the car., the car leaked oil all over the drive…

Leaked translation into English

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泄露

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Gelekt

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Fuite

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Durchgesickert

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लीक

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Trapelato

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유출

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Просочившийся

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Filtrado

Word origin

late Middle English: probably of Low German or Dutch origin and related to lack.

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