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dodge

US [dɑdʒ]
UK [dɒdʒ]
  • v.避开;躲开;闪开;(尤指不诚实地)逃避
  • n.推脱的计策;逃避的诡计;骗人的伎俩
  • Web道奇;闪避;躲避
Simple Present:dodges  Present Participle:dodging  Past Tense:dodged  
dodge
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v.
1.
[t][i]
闪开;躲开;避开to move quickly and suddenly to one side in order to avoid sb/sth
He ran across the road, dodging the traffic.
他躲开来往的车辆跑过马路。
The girl dodged behind a tree to hide from the other children.
这女孩闪身躲到树后不让其他孩子看见。
2.
[t]
(尤指不诚实地)逃避to avoid doing sth, especially in a dishonest way
He dodged his military service.
他弄虚作假逃避了服兵役。
She tried to dodge paying her taxes.
她想方设法逃税。
n.
1.
(informal)
推脱的计策;逃避的诡计;骗人的伎俩a clever and dishonest trick, played in order to avoid sth
a tax dodge
逃税花招
When it comes to getting off work, he knows all the dodges.
说到请假歇班,他什么花招都想得出。

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