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evade

verb /iˈveid/
to escape or avoid by eg trickery or skill
evadir
How did he manage to evade the police?
evasion /-ʒən/ noun
evasión
tax evasion.
evasive /-siv/ adjective having the purpose of evading
evasivo
He had to take evasive action.
not frank and direct
evasivo
He gave evasive answers.
evasively adverb
de manera evasiva
evasiveness noun
condición de evasivo
Translations of “evade”
in Arabic يَتجَنّب…
in Korean 피하다…
in Malaysian mengelak…
in French éviter…
in Turkish kaçmak, kaçınmak, kurtulmak…
in Italian sottrarsi a, evadere, eludere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 逃脫,躲開, 迴避,逃避…
in Russian избегать, уклоняться…
in Polish unikać, wymykać się…
in Vietnamese tránh khỏi…
in Portuguese livrar-se de, evitar, evadir…
in Thai หลบเลี่ยง…
in German entrinnen…
in Catalan evadir…
in Japanese ~を逃れる…
in Indonesian mengelak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 逃脱,躲开, 回避,逃避…
(Definition of evade from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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