- escape or avoid (someone or something), especially by guile or trickery；(of an abstract thing) elude (someone)
verb: evade, 3rd person present: evades, gerund or present participle: evading, past tense: evaded, past participle: evaded
- 1. escape or avoid (someone or something), especially by guile or trickery:
friends helped him to evade capture for a time
- 2. (of an abstract thing) elude (someone):
sleep still evaded her
- 3. avoid giving a direct answer to (a question):
he denied evading the question
- 4. avoid dealing with or accepting (something unpleasant or morally or legally required):
he never sought to evade responsibility for his actions
- 5. escape paying (tax or duty), especially by illegitimate presentation of one's finances:
she was sentenced on three counts of conspiracy to evade taxes
- 6. act contrary to the intention of (a law or rule), especially while complying with its letter:
suppliers can evade or manipulate regulations
- v.escape or avoid, especially by cleverness or trickery:
- friends helped him to evade capture for a time
he tried to kiss her, but she evaded him
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