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  1. escape

    • IPA[ɪˈskeɪp]

    英式

    • v.
      break free from confinement or control;elude or get free from (someone)
    • n.
      an act of breaking free from confinement or control;an act of avoiding something dangerous or unpleasant
    • noun: escape, plural noun: escapes

    • verb: escape, 3rd person present: escapes, gerund or present participle: escaping, past tense: escaped, past participle: escaped

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. break free from confinement or control:

      two burglars have just escaped from prison

    • 2. elude or get free from (someone):

      he drove along the dual carriageway to escape police

    • 3. succeed in avoiding or eluding something dangerous or unpleasant:

      the driver escaped with a broken knee

      a baby boy narrowly escaped death

    • 4. (of a gas, liquid, or heat) leak from a container:

      the CFCs have escaped into the atmosphere

    • 5. (of words or sounds) issue involuntarily or inadvertently from (someone):

      a sob escaped her lips

    • 6. fail to be noticed or remembered by (someone):

      the name escaped him

      it may have escaped your notice, but this is not a hotel

    • 7. interrupt (an operation) by means of the escape key.
    • 8. cause (a subsequent character or characters) to be interpreted differently.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of breaking free from confinement or control:

      the gang had made their escape

      he could think of no way of escape, short of rudeness

    • 2. an act of avoiding something dangerous or unpleasant:

      the baby was fine, but it was a lucky escape

    • 3. a means of escaping from somewhere:

      he had planned his escape route

    • 4. a garden plant or pet animal that has gone wild and (especially in plants) become naturalized:

      it is not a native of Britain, though often occurring as an escape

    • 5. a form of temporary distraction from reality or routine:

      romantic novels should present an escape from the dreary realities of life

    • 6. a leakage of gas, liquid, or heat from a container:

      a lid prevents the escape of poisonous gases

      a gas escape

    • 7. a key on a computer keyboard which either interrupts the current operation or causes subsequent characters to be interpreted differently.
    • adj. having broken free from confinement or control:

    • escaped convicts

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    • adj. having broken free from confinement or control:

    • escaped convicts

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    • n. a hatch for use as an emergency exit, especially from a submarine, ship, or aircraft.

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    • n. a situation in which an accident or other unfortunate incident is barely avoided:

    • he had a narrow escape in the street when part of a nearby house fell down

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    • n. the lowest velocity which a body must have in order to escape the gravitational attraction of a particular planet or other object.

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    • n. a contract provision which specifies the conditions under which a party can be freed from an obligation.

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    • n. a staircase or other apparatus used for escaping from a building on fire.

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    • n. a toothed wheel in the escapement of a watch or clock.

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    • IPA[əˈskāp]

    美式

    • v.
      break free from confinement or control:
    • two burglars have just escaped from prison
    • n.
      an act of breaking free from confinement or control:
    • the story of his escape from a POW camp

      he could think of no way of escape, short of rudeness

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