doubt about the word "squeak"


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I've been having some problems in understanding the meaning of the word "squeak" in this context here:
Thanks, you are a legend. Squeak then.

I believe it's been used as a slang for something else, but I couldn't figure out what it was!
If anybody knows what it means, I'd very much appreciate it!

Thanks in advance!
  • JulianStuart

    Senior Member
    English (UK then US)
    You have given us a quote from something. We will need to know the source (or surrounding text or story line or something to provide context) to help answer your question!


    New Member
    Oh ok, you're right!
    Anyway, I was asked to take pictures at an event and when I said that I was ok with doing it, they told me that sentence. It was a very informal context, so that is why I was thinking about a slang expression. The person who said it is from London, I don't know if it's any help!
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