- evade or escape from (a danger, enemy, or pursuer), typically in a skillful or cunning way；(of an idea or fact) fail to be grasped or remembered by (someone)
verb: elude, 3rd person present: eludes, gerund or present participle: eluding, past tense: eluded, past participle: eluded
- 1. evade or escape from (a danger, enemy, or pursuer), typically in a skillful or cunning way he managed to elude his pursuers by escaping into an alley
- ▪ (of an idea or fact) fail to be grasped or remembered by (someone) the logic of this eluded most people
- ▪ (of an achievement, or something desired or pursued) fail to be attained by (someone) sleep still eluded her
- ▪ avoid compliance with or subjection to (a law, demand, or penalty).
- escape from or avoid (a danger, enemy, or pursuer), typically in a skilful or cunning way: he tried to elude the security men by sneaking through a back door
... the orders of the military. Set 2: I think "elude" and "evade" are very similar... They seem like they can be...
As the night progresses and repose eludes you it's inevitable that your anger will intensify...覺得或是真的無法入睡。 ※我把句子寫成repose eludes you to get even, to get your own back, to...
...追捕它，（the more you chase it） 它越能夠巧妙地躲避著你，（the more it will elude you） 但如果你把注意力轉到其他東西上，（but if you turn your attention...