crawler
Noun

crawler (plural crawlers)

  1. (Australia, obsolete) A person who is abused, physically or verbally, and returns to the abuser a supplicant.
  2. (UK, Australia, slang) A sycophant.
Noun

crawler (plural crawlers)

  1. A child who is able to creep using his hands and knees but is not able to walk.
  2. (sports) A crawl swimmer.
  3. A tractor crawler, a motorized vehicle that uses caterpillar tracks instead of wheels.
  4. A software bot that autonomously follows connected paths such as webpage links.
  5. A mobile stage in the development of stationary hemipteran insects such as scale insects- generally the first instar
Translations
  • Russian: ползу́н
  • Spanish: bebe
Translations
  • German: Raupe
  • Russian: гу́сеничный тра́ктор
  • Spanish: trator oruga
Translations
  • Spanish: rastreador web
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