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avert

verb   /əˈvɜːt/
to prevent something bad from happening evitar, conjurar to avert a crisis/conflict/strike/famine to avert disaster/economic collapse →  Synonym avoid 1862
to turn away your eyes or thoughts apartar I averted my gaze/eyes while he dressed. We tried to avert our thoughts from our massive financial problems.1081
(Definition of avert from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

avert

verb /əˈvəːt/
to turn away, especially one’s eyes desviar, apartar She averted her eyes from the dead animal.
to prevent prevenir; impedir Disaster was averted due to the quick thinking of the pilot.
(Definition of avert from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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