English translation of 'evitare'
evitare di fare qc
to avoid doing sthevita di uscire da solo la notte
avoid going out alone at nightevita di fare rumore
try not to make any noiseevitare che qc accada
to prevent sth (from) happeningevitare qc a qn
to spare sb sthciò gli ha evitato il fastidio di tornare indietro
that saved him the bother of going backpassiamo di qui per evitare il traffico
we're going this way to avoid the traffic
'evitare' in Other Languages
British English: avoid /əˈvɔɪd/ VERB
If you avoid something unpleasant that might happen, you take action in order to prevent it from happening.
...emergency action to avoid a disaster.
- American English: avoid
- Arabic: يَتَجَنَّبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: evitar
- Chinese: 避免
- Croatian: izbjegavati
- Czech: vyvarovat se
- Danish: undgå
- Dutch: vermijden
- European Spanish: evitar
- Finnish: välttää
- French: éviter
- German: vermeiden
- Greek: αποφεύγω
- Italian: evitare
- Japanese: 避ける
- Korean: 피하다
- Norwegian: unngå
- Polish: uniknąć
- European Portuguese: evitar
- Romanian: a evita
- Russian: избегать
- Spanish: evitar
- Swedish: undvika
- Thai: หลีกเลี่ยง
- Turkish: kaçınmak
- Ukrainian: уникати
- Vietnamese: tránh
British English: avert VERB
If you avert something unpleasant, you prevent it from happening.
They need to act quickly to avert disaster.
British English: eschew VERB
If you eschew something, you deliberately avoid doing it or becoming involved in it.
He eschewed publicity and avoided nightclubs.
British English: fudge VERB
If you fudge something, you avoid making a clear and definite decision, distinction, or statement about it.
Both have fudged their calculations and avoided specifics.
British English: shun VERB
If you shun someone or something, you deliberately avoid them or keep away from them.
From that time forward everybody shunned him.
Nearby words of 'evitare'
Translation of evitare from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary