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Catalan translation of “duck out of something”

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duck out of something

phrasal verb with duck
 
/dʌk/ verb
to avoid doing something that other people are expecting you to do
deslliurar-se d’ac
She was trying to duck out of doing her homework.
(Definition of duck out of something from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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