German translation of 'fugitive'
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The bank was declared a fugitive from justice when three Swiss-based executives failed to appear in court.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Along with his crew, he becomes a fugitive from his own country.The Sun (2012)
He tells us he is on the run,'a fugitive from justice.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
In a future where people use drugs to inhibit their emotions, a man becomes a fugitive when he stops taking the pills.The Sun (2010)
It is said that he went into politics only to avoid becoming a fugitive from justice.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
A GANG of fugitives are arrested after their getaway car was stopped in its tracks by hundreds of sheep.The Sun (2016)
A similar operation in 2006 led to the arrest of 13 fugitives.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
A third of all British fugitives arrested were tracked down in Holland.The Sun (2010)
But although they are now fugitives from justice, it will still not name them.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
He is now an international fugitive from justice.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Here are some other cases involving fugitives from justice.The Sun (2014)
His arrest means 50 fugitives have now been caught since it began.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
It would be more than two decades before the fugitive would face justice for his terrible actions.The Sun (2014)
ONE of Britain's most wanted tax fugitives has been arrested after five years on the fun.The Sun (2016)
Some of the fugitives fled justice after being convicted.The Sun (2014)
The fugitive was arrested as he stepped off a plane in London.The Sun (2015)
The rebel leadership offered a bounty and an amnesty to anyone who killed or captured the fugitive leader, hoping that his bodyguards might betray him.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Then I'll become a fugitive.The Sun (2016)
It has just added 10 new people to its published list of the most wanted alleged tax fugitives in Britain.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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British English: fugitive NOUN
A fugitive is someone who is running away or hiding, usually in order to avoid being caught by the police.
The rebel leader was a fugitive from justice.
Translation of fugitive from the Collins English to German Dictionary