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weasel out (of something)

 /ˈwi·zəl ˈɑʊt/ infml
phrasal verb with weasel verb
to ​escaperesponsibility for something: My ​roommate always ​tries to weasel out of doing the ​dishes.
(Definition of weasel out (of something) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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