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escape /ɪˈskeɪp/ verb
escape noun

فرار از خاک (کشتی) ، فرار کردن ، رستن ، گریختن ، دررفتن ، فرارکردن ، رهایی جستن ، خلاصی جستن ، جان بدربردن ، گریز ، فرار ، رهایی ، خلاصی ، علوم مهندسی: رهایی ، روانشناسی: گریز ، ورزش: فرار از خاک ، علوم هوایی: فرار ، علوم نظامی: فرار از خدمت یا دشمن نجات پیدا کردن
- get away, abscond, bolt, break free or out, flee, fly, make one's getaway, run away or off, slip away
- avoid, dodge, duck, elude, evade, pass, shun, slip
- leak, emanate, exude, flow, gush, issue, pour forth, seep
- getaway, break, break-out, flight
- avoidance, circumvention, evasion
- relaxation, distraction, diversion, pastime, recreation
- leak, emanation, emission, seepage
Contrasted words: come back, return, abide, remain, stay, chase, follow, pursue, tag, trail, catch, contract, incur, bear, brook, endure, stand, suffer, tolerate, dare, face, meet, grasp, grip, hold, retention, imprisonment, incarceration, abidance, abiding, bearing, endurance, enduring, submission, submitting, toleration, facing
Related Idioms: cut and run, cut loose, fly the coop, take it on the lam, fight shy of, give the slip
Related Words: get away, make off, mosey, run away, bail out, ditch, double, duck out, flit, jump, skip, depart, disappear, vanish, burke, bypass, circumvent, dodge, shake, shun, skit, miss, departure, deliverance, liberation, release, bypassing, circumvention, dodging, ducking, sidestepping, elusiveness, evasiveness
English Thesaurus: escape, get away, break free/break away, flee, get out, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. escape1 S3 W2 /ɪˈskeɪp/ verb
[Word Family: noun: escape, escapism, escapee, escapologist; adjective: escaped, inescapable, escapist; verb: escape; adverb: inescapably]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old North French; Origin: escaper, from Vulgar Latin excappare, from Late Latin cappa 'head-covering'; from the idea of throwing off something that limits your movement]

1. PERSON/PLACE [intransitive] to leave a place when someone is trying to catch you or stop you, or when there is a dangerous situation:
He broke down the locked door and escaped.
escape from/through/over etc
He escaped from prison in October.
escape to
She escaped to Britain in 1938.

2. DANGER [intransitive and transitive] to get away from a dangerous or bad situation
escape with
He escaped with minor injuries.
escape unhurt/unscathed/unharmed etc
A boy escaped unhurt when the fire in his room exploded.
They went to the hills to escape the summer heat.
escape sb’s clutches (=escape from someone)
The youth was trying to escape the clutches of two drunken female companions.

3. AVOID [intransitive and transitive] to avoid something bad or that you do not want to happen:
He narrowly escaped death in an avalanche.
The two passengers escaped serious injury.
They must not be allowed to escape justice.
It seemed impossible he would escape detection.

4. GAS/LIQUID ETC [intransitive] if gas, liquid, light, heat etc escapes from somewhere, it comes out:
Vents allow any steam to escape if the system overheats.

5. SOUND [intransitive and transitive] literary if a sound escapes from someone, they accidentally make that sound:
A small laugh escaped her.
escape from
Holman let a weary sigh escape from his lips.

6. escape sb’s attention/notice if something escapes your attention or notice, you do not see it or realize that it is there

7. the name/date/title etc escapes somebody used to say that someone cannot remember something:
For some reason which escapes me, we had to take a taxi.

8. there’s no escaping (the fact) used to emphasize that something is definitely important or will definitely happen:
There’s no escaping the fact that work has profound effects on emotions and health.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. escape2 S3 noun
[Word Family: noun: escape, escapism, escapee, escapologist; adjective: escaped, inescapable, escapist; verb: escape; adverb: inescapably]

1. [uncountable and countable] the act of getting away from a place, or a dangerous or bad situation:
The girl had no chance of escape.
Christina hoped it wouldn’t be too long before she could make her escape.
escape from
the firm’s narrow escape from bankruptcy
an escape route
They had a lucky escape (=were lucky not to be hurt or killed) when a car crashed into the front of their house.

2. [singular, uncountable] a way of forgetting about a bad or boring situation for a short time
escape from
Travel can be an escape from the routine drudgery of life.

3. [uncountable and countable] an amount of gas, liquid etc that accidentally comes out of the place where it is being kept, or an occasion when this happens:
The lid prevents the escape of poisonous gases.
fire escape

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. getting away from a place
ADJ. attempted | successful | great one of the greatest escapes of all time
VERB + ESCAPE effect, make, make good He made his escape through the window. I found an open door and made good my escape.
plan | foil, prevent
ESCAPE + NOUN attempt, bid | route
PREP. ~ from his escape from the prison camp
PHRASES a means/way of escape She looked round for a means of escape.
a possibility of escape There was clearly no possibility of escape.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. avoiding sth unpleasant or boring
ADJ. close, narrow, near | lucky, miraculous, remarkable A driver had a lucky escape after a brick was dropped on his car from an overhead bridge.
PREP. ~ from He had a narrow escape from gunfire.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. narrowly They narrowly escaped being killed in the fire.
not entirely The head of department cannot entirely escape responsibility for this situation.
VERB + ESCAPE cannot/could not | be impossible to | attempt to, try to | manage to | let sb It was stupid of Lee to let them escape.
help sb (to)
PREP. from to escape from prison
into They escaped into the forest.
to The family escaped to England.
with Thieves escaped with property worth over £5,000.
PHRASES escape alive Only two of the men escaped alive.
escape sb's clutches He had managed to escape the clutches of the police yet again.
escape unharmed/unhurt/uninjured/unscathed, escape with your life She was very lucky to escape with her life.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


try/attempt to escape
Some prisoners tried to escape, but most were recaptured or shot.
escape injury (=not be hurt)
Both drivers were lucky to escape serious injury.
escape justice (=not be caught and punished)
These terrorists must not be allowed to escape justice.
escape detection (=not be noticed)
Some insects manage to escape detection by merging with the background.
escape sb’s clutches (=escape and not be caught be someone)
He managed to escape the men’s clutches and run off.
narrowly escape something (=only just avoid having something bad happen to you)
The firemen narrowly escaped being killed by the explosion.
escape with your life (=escape and not be killed)
When the tunnel collapsed, the men were lucky to escape with their lives.
escape unharmed/unscathed/unhurt
Two policemen were killed, but the president escaped unharmed.
escape alive
The crew of the sinking vessel were lucky to escape alive.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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