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weasel out (of sth)

mainly US informal
phrasal verb with weasel uk   us   /ˈwiː.zəl/ verb
to avoid doing something that you have agreed to do, especially by being dishonest: Although they had signed the contract they tried to weasel out of the deal later.
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