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Translation of "avoid" - English-Polish dictionary

avoid

verb [T]
 
 
/əˈvɔɪd/
STAY AWAY B1 to stay away from a person, place, situation, etc
unikać, omijać
Try to avoid the city centre.Moving in order to avoid contactDigressing and being indirect or evasive
PREVENT B2 to prevent something from happening
unikać
Book early to avoid disappointment.Preventing and impedingLimiting and restricting
avoid doing sth B2 to intentionally not do something
unikać czegoś
She managed to avoid answering my question.Avoiding actionLaziness and lazy people
avoidable adjective possible to avoid
do uniknięcia
→  Opposite unavoidable Avoiding actionLaziness and lazy people
avoidance noun [U] when you avoid something
unikanie, uchylanie się
Avoiding actionLaziness and lazy people
(Definition of avoid from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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