Definição de 'escape'

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There were also few reports of civilians using the ceasefire to escape the city. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So music and songwriting was my way of escaping my own feelings. The Sun (2016)We found an escape route from the impasse. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yet that is only the stretch in which you are not allowed to escape. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He was lucky to escape serious injury. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The research suggests that employees tend to visit online shopping sites to stave off boredom and escape from work pressures. Computing (2010)It's a gorgeous getaway if you need a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle. The Sun (2016)One of the prisoners who escaped from Pentonville prison was recaptured last night. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I am sure this will not have escaped the attention of her staff. The Sun (2017)That was just one of many Great Escapes. The Sun (2016)Venetians cheered from the rooftops as the docks burnt but the medieval city escaped damage. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We are all shackled to reality but free to dream of the great escape. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The properties of similar potential scandals that somehow escape attention are thus not studied. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This is a potent glimpse of the lure and the danger of magical escapes from adolescent reality. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She tried many times to escape without success. The Sun (2016)We will now explore these two escape routes. Charles A. D'Ambrosio & Stewart D. Hodges & Richard Brealey & Stewart Myers Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)If air is trapped in the radiator it will escape through the valve and hiss. The Sun (2010)Yet there may be an escape clause for the research council. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Their houses are so built that the clammy air cannot escape. Kishlansky, Mark A. (editor) Sources of the West: Readings in Western Civilization, Volume 1: From the Beginning to 1715 (1995)His victims needed treatment but escaped serious injury. The Sun (2012)That it was a pragmatic approach designed to allow him to escape with his reputation intact. The Sun (2012)That really would be an amazing escape act. The Sun (2015)These people are willing to pay more than the expected loss to escape a risky situation. Miller, Roger LeRoy & Fishe, Raymond P. H. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)Two police vehicles were damaged by the mob and officers narrowly escaped injury. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The crews of stricken submarines were seldom granted an opportunity to escape. Max Hastings Nemesis: The Battle for Japan, 194445 (2007)Yet there is no escaping the fact that it is a practice that must be learned. Jan Fennell, Foreword by Monty Roberts THE DOG LISTENER: Learning the Language of your Best Friend (2002)The story is told in flashback to how she was captured trying to escape from the city. The Sun (2014)It would be the great flesh escape. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is amazing that it has escaped the attention of mainstream tourism. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The best way to escape from a problem is to solve it. Pete Cohen and Sten Cummins with Jennai Cox HABIT BUSTING: A 10-step plan that will change your life (2002)This is a new emerging danger that has escaped our planners. Abshire, David M. Preventing World War III - A Realistic Grand Strategy (1988)The downside is that we often talked more about how to escape suffering than to be steadfast in it. Christianity Today (2000)Only a handful of prisoners escaped. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)He began writing comedy while he was working in a brewery and needed an escape from the boredom of moving barrels all day. Times, Sunday Times (2011)

Sinônimos de escape

be forgotten by, be beyond (someone), baffle, elude
leak out, flow out, drain away, discharge
getaway, break, flight, break-out
avoidance, evasion, circumvention, elusion

Tendências de escape

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Traduções de escape

Inglês Britânico: escape /ɪˈskeɪp/ NOUN
Someone's escape is the act of getting away from a particular place or situation.
The man made his escape.
  • Inglês Americano: escape
  • Árabe: هُرُوب
  • Português Brasileiro: fuga
  • Chinês: 逃跑
  • Croata: bijeg
  • Tcheco: únik
  • Dinamarquês: flugt
  • Holandês: ontsnapping
  • Espanhol Europeu: huida
  • Finlandês: pako
  • Francês: fuite évasion
  • Alemão: Entkommen
  • Grego: απόδραση
  • Italiano: fuga
  • Japonês: 逃亡
  • Coreano: 탈출
  • Norueguês: flukt
  • Polonês: ucieczka
  • Português Europeu: fuga
  • Romeno: evadare
  • Russo: спасение
  • Espanhol: huida
  • Sueco: flykt
  • Tailandês: การหลบหนี
  • Turco: kaçış
  • Ucraniano: втеча
  • Vietnamita: sự trốn thoát
Inglês Britânico: escape /ɪˈskeɪp/ VERB
If you escape from a place, you succeed in getting away from it.
A prisoner has escaped from a jail in northern England.
  • Inglês Americano: escape
  • Árabe: يَفِرُّ
  • Português Brasileiro: escapar-se
  • Chinês: 逃避
  • Croata: pobjeći
  • Tcheco: uprchnout
  • Dinamarquês: undslippe
  • Holandês: ontsnappen
  • Espanhol Europeu: escaparse
  • Finlandês: paeta jostakin
  • Francês: fuir évasion
  • Alemão: entkommen
  • Grego: δραπετεύω
  • Italiano: fuggire
  • Japonês: 逃げる
  • Coreano: 탈출하다
  • Norueguês: rømme
  • Polonês: uciec
  • Português Europeu: escapar
  • Romeno: a evada
  • Russo: убежать
  • Espanhol: escaparse huida
  • Sueco: fly
  • Tailandês: หลบหนี
  • Turco: kaçmak
  • Ucraniano: втікати
  • Vietnamita: trốn thoát


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