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English definition of “dodge”

dodge

verb [T]
 
 
/dɒdʒ/ informal
to avoid something, especially illegally: He has repeatedly dodged questions from reporters. The company filed for bankruptcy, seeking to dodge $445,000 in debts. Many people caught dodging tax were doing so to hide capital gains made on the stock market.
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