Englischer Thesaurus
(Verb) 
Definition
to avoid being hit, caught, or seen by moving suddenly
We dodged behind a pillar.
Synonyme
duck (informal)
He had ducked the confrontation.
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dart
She darted a sly glance at him.
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swerve
Drivers swerved to avoid the debris.
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sidestep
He was trying to sidestep responsibility.
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shoot
They had almost reached the boat when a figure shot past them.
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shift
The entire pile shifted and slid, thumping onto the floor.
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turn aside
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body-swerve
(Verb) 
Definition
to evade by cleverness or trickery
Thieves dodged the security system in the shop.
Synonyme
evade
He managed to evade the police for six months.
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avoid
He had ample time to swerve and avoid the hedgehog.
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escape
He was lucky to escape serious injury.
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get away from
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elude
The thieves managed to elude the police for months.
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body-swerve
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slip through the net of
(Verb) 
Definition
to evade by cleverness or trickery
He has repeatedly dodged the question.
Synonyme
,
hedge
When asked about his involvement, he hedged.
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parry
He parried questions about his involvement in the affair.
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get out of
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shun
From that time forward everybody shunned him.
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evade
Mr Patel denied that he was evading the question.
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circumvent (formal)
Military rulers tried to circumvent the treaty.
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shirk
We will not shirk the task of considering the need for further action.
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fend off
(Substantiv) 
Definition
a cunning and deceitful trick
It was probably just a dodge to stop you going away.
Synonyme
trick
That was a really mean trick.
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scheme
a quick money-making scheme
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ploy
a cynical marketing ploy
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trap
He was trying to decide whether the question was a trap.
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device
His actions are obviously a device to buy time.
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fraud
He never wrote the letter; it was a fraud.
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con (slang)
I am afraid you have been the victim of a con.
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manoeuvre
manoeuvres to block the electoral process
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deception
You've been the victim of a rather cruel deception.
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scam (slang)
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gimmick
It's just a public relations gimmick.
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hoax
His claim to have a bomb was a hoax.
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wheeze (British, slang)
She came up with a clever wheeze to get round the problem.
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deceit
He was guilty of theft, fraud and deceit on an incredible scale.
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ruse
This was a ruse to divide them.
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artifice
the artifice and illusion of sleight-of-hand card tricks
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subterfuge
Most people can see right through that type of subterfuge.
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canard
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feint
a tiny feint or lunge to one side
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stratagem
a competitive stratagem to secure customer loyalty
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contrivance
It is nothing more than a contrivance to raise prices.
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machination
the political machinations that brought him to power
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fastie (Australian, slang)

Zusätzliche Synonyme

in the sense of artifice
Definition
a clever trick
the artifice and illusion of sleight-of-hand card tricks
in the sense of circumvent
Definition
to avoid or get round (a rule, restriction, etc.)
Military rulers tried to circumvent the treaty.
Synonyme
steer clear of,
in the sense of con
I am afraid you have been the victim of a con.
Synonyme
scam (slang),
sting (informal),
canard,
fastie (Australian, slang)

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