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escape

verb
 
 
/ɪˈskeɪp/
GET AWAY [I] B1 to succeed in getting away from a place where you do not want to be
kaçmak
The two killers escaped from prison last night.Running away and escaping
AVOID [I, T] B2 to avoid a dangerous or unpleasant situation
kötü/istenmeyen bir durumdan kaçınmak, kurtulmak, sakınmak
to escape capture/injury Running away and escaping
FORGET [T] If something such as a name escapes you, you cannot remember it.
hatırlayamamak
The name of her book escapes me at the moment.Forgetting and forgetfulness
NOT NOTICE [T] If something escapes your notice or attention, you do not notice or see it.
gözden/dikkatinden kaçmak
Nothing that goes on in this office escapes her attention.Unaware
GAS/LIQUID [I] If a gas or liquid escapes from a pipe or container, it comes out, especially when it should not.
(gaz, sıvı) kaçmak, sızmak, çıkmak
Running away and escaping
escaped adjective
kaçak
an escaped prisoner
(Definition of escape verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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