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Spanish translation of “dodge”

dodge

verb /dodʒ/
to avoid (something) by a sudden and/or clever movement
esquivar
She dodged the blow He dodged round the corner out of sight Politicians are very good at dodging difficult questions.
dodgy adjective (comparative dodgier, superlative dodgiest) difficult or risky
arriesgado, difícil
Catching the 5.15 train after the meeting will be rather dodgy.
(of a person, organization etc) not trustworthy or safe, financially or otherwise
sospechoso, poco fiable
I think the whole business sounds a bit dodgy.
(Definition of dodge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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