Translation of dodge in Spanish:
- 1.1(blow)(pursuer)sacudirse [colloquial]Example sentences1.2
(tax)we dodged paying our fareto dodge the draft (American English)viajamos sin pagar(no acudir a la llamada a filas)Example sentences
- When the news was wafted to his father's factory, all his colleagues dodged him as if they were avoiding a deadly plague.
- This time, he wasn't quick enough in dodging any attacks.
- I pushed myself up and dodged a sudden flurry to my right, just in time to avoid someone else's arms.
- Only if no attempt is made to collect my fare will I dodge payment.
- No respite is given to the women constantly dodging detection and caught up at every turn by gender-specific restrictions.
- Are you dodging the social life question?
- 1 (trick) [colloquial] that's an old dodgeese es un truco muy viejoExample sentences
- How dare this President collect taxes from ordinary Americans after touting a company that created 881 offshore dodges to avoid taxes.
- The effect has been to encourage the well-off to take out plans for children as a tax dodge.
- The bill repeals restrictions on ‘top-heavy’ pension plans set up as tax dodges by employers.
- 2 (sidestep)esquive (masculine)Example sentences
- A guard shot at me but with a quick dodge from my new agility I managed to avoid at it.
- The boost in graphical detail has also improved their movements, making their dodges, grapples and infiltrations seem much more realistic.
- She rushed in, preparing to make a quick dodge into the kitchen to grab another drink and then get back out, but froze on the spot two steps into the house.
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