escape

escape
[ɪ'skeɪp] I
nome
1) (of person) evasione f., fuga f.; fig. scampo m., salvezza f.

to make good one's escape — riuscire a evadere; fig. riuscire a salvarsi, riuscire a trovare una via di scampo

to make an o one's escape evadere; to have a narrow o lucky escape — scamparla bella

2) (leak) fuga f., perdita f.
II 1.
verbo transitivo
1) (avoid)

to escape death, danger — sfuggire alla morte, al pericolo

to escape defeat — evitare la sconfitta

to escape detection — [person] evitare di essere scoperto; [fault] non essere scoperto

we cannot escape the fact that — non possiamo ignorare il fatto che

to escape reality — evadere dalla realtà

2) (elude) [name, fact] sfuggire a [person]
2.
verbo intransitivo
1) (get away) [person] evadere, fuggire; [animal] scappare, fuggire; fig. rifugiarsi

to escape unharmed — uscirne indenne

to escape with one's life — uscirne vivo

2) (leak) [water, gas] fuoriuscire
* * *
[i'skeip] 1. verb
1) (to gain freedom: He escaped from prison.) evadere
2) (to manage to avoid (punishment, disease etc): She escaped the infection.) evitare
3) (to avoid being noticed or remembered by; to avoid (the observation of): The fact escaped me / my notice; His name escapes me / my memory.) sfuggire
4) ((of a gas, liquid etc) to leak; to find a way out: Gas was escaping from a hole in the pipe.) fuoriuscire
2. noun
((act of) escaping; state of having escaped: Make your escape while the guard is away; There have been several escapes from that prison; Escape was impossible; The explosion was caused by an escape of gas.) fuga, evasione
- escapist
* * *
[ɪ'skeɪp] I
nome
1) (of person) evasione f., fuga f.; fig. scampo m., salvezza f.

to make good one's escape — riuscire a evadere; fig. riuscire a salvarsi, riuscire a trovare una via di scampo

to make an o one's escape evadere; to have a narrow o lucky escape — scamparla bella

2) (leak) fuga f., perdita f.
II 1.
verbo transitivo
1) (avoid)

to escape death, danger — sfuggire alla morte, al pericolo

to escape defeat — evitare la sconfitta

to escape detection — [person] evitare di essere scoperto; [fault] non essere scoperto

we cannot escape the fact that — non possiamo ignorare il fatto che

to escape reality — evadere dalla realtà

2) (elude) [name, fact] sfuggire a [person]
2.
verbo intransitivo
1) (get away) [person] evadere, fuggire; [animal] scappare, fuggire; fig. rifugiarsi

to escape unharmed — uscirne indenne

to escape with one's life — uscirne vivo

2) (leak) [water, gas] fuoriuscire

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