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Translation of "avoid" - English-Spanish dictionary

avoid

verb   /əˈvɔɪd/
B1 to stay away from a person or place evitar Try to avoid the city centre.
to prevent something from happening evitar I braked to avoid hitting the gate.
to not do something because you do not want to eludir She managed to avoid answering my question.
(Definition of avoid from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

avoid

verb /əˈvoid/
to keep away from (a place, person or thing) evitar He drove carefully to avoid the holes in the road Avoid the subject of money.
avoidable /əˈvoidəbəl/ adjective
Evitable Long-term problems should be avoidable if the right medical treatment is provided.
avoidance noun
acción de evitar, el evitar, evitación He has been charged with tax avoidance.
(Definition of avoid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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