Portuguese translation of 'scot-free'
to get off scot-free (unpunished) sair impune; (unhurt) sair ileso
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Example Sentences Including 'scot-free'
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Still it seems so wrong they got off scot-free after doing something like that.52449_CLARA (2002)
Better to let the criminal go scot-free, she felt, than get involved in acts of moral denouncing.INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3 (2002)
Everything about Glanville brought old angers to the surface, a deep resentment that to all intents he had got off scot-free.THE ENDLESS GAME (2002)
'scot-free' in Other Languages
British English: scot-free ADVERB
If you say that someone got away scot-free, you are emphasizing that they escaped punishment for something that you believe they should have been punished for.
Others who were guilty were being allowed to get off scot-free.
Translation of scot-free from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary