Uhoda; dostavljač, doušnik, potkazivač.
ETYM Old Eng. begele; perh. of Celtic origin; cf. Irish and Gael. beag small, little, W. bach. French bigle is from English.
1. A small short-legged smooth-coated breed of hound.
2. Small hound used in hare-hunting; pl. pack of harriers.
3. Short-haired hound with pendant ears, sickle tail, and a bell-like voice for hunting hares on foot (“beagling”).
Someone who is the first to explore a place.
Someone employed to spy on another country or business competitor.
Someone acting as an informer or decoy for the police; SYN. snitch, stoolpigeon, stoolie, sneak, canary.
1. A feeble shrill sound; cheep
2. A slight utterance especially of complaint or protest
3. Any of several small sandpipers
4. A first glimpse or faint appearance
5. A brief look; glance; a furtive look
ETYM Dutch spook; akin to German spuk, Swed. spöke, Dan. spögelse a specter, spöge to play, sport, joke, spög a play, joke.
A spirit; a ghost; an apparition; a hobgoblin.
Sinonimi: undercover agent
A secret agent hired by a state to obtain (military) information about its enemies; SYN. undercover agent.