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skedaddle
American English: /skəˈdædl/
British English: /skɪˈdad(ə)l/

Translation of skedaddle in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • [colloquial]
    largarse [colloquial]
    poner pies en polvorosa [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • They unlocked the door and I skedaddled out past the yellow tape perimeter and then scrambled home.
    • Then Iris and I got dressed, went and picked up the kids from their mum's and we skedaddled off to the airport to pick up my sister Susannah, arriving for her Christmas visit.
    • While Monica and Ken take center stage again in Washington, Bill and his trusty sidekick Al have skedaddled to Asia.

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