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Translation of "elude" - English-Spanish dictionary

elude

verb   /ɪˈluːd/
formal If something that you want eludes you, you do not succeed in achieving it. to not succeed in achieving something you want escapar a The gold medal continues to elude her. They had minor breakthroughs but real success eluded them.1852
to not be caught by someone eludir They eluded the police by fleeing.16221859
(Definition of elude from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

elude

verb /iˈluːd/
to escape or avoid by quickness or cleverness eludir, escapar He eluded his pursuers.
to be too difficult etc for (a person) to understand or remember eludir The meaning of this poem eludes me.
elusive /-siv/ adjective
escaping or vanishing, often or cleverly esquivo an elusive criminal.
(Definition of elude from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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