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Translation of "evade" - English-Turkish dictionary

evade

verb     /ɪˈveɪd/
[T] to avoid something or someone, especially in a dishonest way kaçmak, kaçınmak, kurtulmak to evade capture to evade paying taxAvoiding actionLaziness and lazy people
evade the issue/question, etc
to intentionally not talk about something or not answer something kaçamak cevaplar vermek/yanıtlamak; bilerek cevaplamak; (argo) kıvırmak, es geçmek Avoiding actionLaziness and lazy people
Translations of “evade”
in Arabic يَتجَنّب…
in Korean 피하다…
in Malaysian mengelak…
in French éviter…
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 Spanish evadir…
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 Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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