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escape

US [ɪˈskeɪp]
UK [ɪ'skeɪp]
  • n.逃脱;逃避;逃跑;溢出
  • v.逃避;逃走;避开;泄漏
  • Web逃离;逃逸;逃亡
Simple Present:escapes  Present Participle:escaping  Past Tense:escaped  
escape
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v.
1.
[i]
(从监禁或管制中)逃跑,逃走,逃出to get away from a place where you have been kept as a prisoner or not allowed to leave
Two prisoners have escaped.
两名犯人逃走了。
He escaped from prison this morning.
他今天早上从监狱里逃跑了。
2.
[i][t]
(从不愉快或危险处境中)逃脱,摆脱,逃避to get away from an unpleasant or dangerous situation
She managed to escape from the burning car.
她设法从燃烧的汽车里逃了出来。
As a child he would often escape into a dream world of his own.
小时候他常常躲进自己的梦幻世界中。
They were glad to have escaped the clutches of winter for another year.
他们很高兴又一年躲过了寒冬的魔爪。
3.
[t][nopass]
避开,避免(不愉快或危险的事物)to avoid sth unpleasant or dangerous
She was lucky to escape punishment.
她逃脱惩罚真是幸运。
The pilot escaped death by seconds.
这名飞行员数秒之内死里逃生。
There was no escaping the fact that he was overweight.
他身体超重这一事实是无法回避的。
He narrowly escaped being killed.
他险些丧命。
4.
[i]
(没有受伤或只受了一点伤害而)逃脱,幸免于难to suffer no harm or less harm than you would expect
I was lucky to escape with minor injuries.
我只受了一点轻伤逃出来真是万幸。
Both drivers escaped unhurt .
两个驾驶员都幸免于难,安然无恙。
5.
[t][nopass]
~ sb/sth
被忘掉;被忽视;未被注意to be forgotten or not noticed
Her name escapes me(= I can't remember it) .
我记不起她的名字了。
It might have escaped your notice , but I'm very busy at the moment.
也许你没注意到,可我此刻忙得不可开交。
6.
[i]
漏出;泄漏;渗出to get out of a container, especially through a hole or crack
Put a lid on to prevent heat escaping.
盖上盖子,以免热气跑了。
toxic waste escaping into the sea
流入大海的有毒废料
7.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
(不自觉地)由…发出to come out from your mouth without you intending it to
A groan escaped her lips.
她不由得发出一声呻吟。
n.
1.
[c][u]
~ (from sth)
逃跑;逃脱;逃避the act or a method of escaping from a place or an unpleasant or dangerous situation
an escape from a prisoner of war camp
从战俘营中逃出
I had a narrow escape(= I was lucky to have escaped) .
我是死里逃生。
There was no hope of escape from her disastrous marriage.
她无望从不幸的婚姻中解脱出来。
He took an elaborate escape route from South Africa to Britain.
他周密安排了一条路线从南非逃往英国。
As soon as he turned his back, she would make her escape .
他一转身,她就逃跑。
2.
[sing][u]
逃避现实;(暂时的)解脱,消遣a way of forgetting sth unpleasant or difficult for a short time
For her, travel was an escape from the boredom of her everyday life.
对她来说,旅行是为了从乏味的日常生活中暂时解脱出来。
3.
[c]
漏出,溢出,渗出(量)the fact of a liquid, gas, etc. coming out of a pipe or container by accident; the amount that comes out
an escape of gas
漏气
4.
[u]
Esc 键;退出键a button on a computer keyboard that you press to stop a particular operation or leave a program
Press escape to get back to the menu.
按 Esc 键,退回到菜单。
IDM
make good your escape
成功地逃脱to manage to escape completely

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