Sneak on someone
Hello,I have checked the dictionaries and also WR's.
sneak /sniːk/ vb(intr; often followed by along, off, in, etc) to move furtively(intransitive) to behave in a cowardly or underhand manner(transitive) to bring, take, or put stealthily(intransitive) to tell tales (esp in schools)(transitive) to steal(intr; followed by off, out, away, etc) to leave unobtrusivelyClick to expand...I have two questions about [sneak on someone]:1. Why doesn't this definition exist in WR dictionary?to secretly tell an adult or someone in authority, especially a teacher, that someone else has done something bad, often in order to cause trouble.2. Is [sneak on someone] a phrasal verb or an intransitive verb?Thank you.