- 搪塞， 推托，找托词，托词逃避，对…作遁词
- DoD Gravity Experiment Satellite 国防部重力试验卫星，美国技术试验卫星
- vt. & vi. 躲闪 move quickly to one side; change position or direction, in order to escape or avoid sth
- vt. & vi. 回避 get round difficulties, avoid duties, etc. by cunning or trickery
- [C]闪躲,躲避 duck; sidestep
- [C]伎俩,妙计 contrivance; scheme
an elaborate or deceitful scheme contrived to deceive or evade;
"his testimony was just a contrivance to throw us off the track"
a quick evasive movement
a statement that evades the question by cleverness or trickery
make a sudden movement in a new direction so as to avoid;
"The child dodged the teacher's blow"
move to and fro or from place to place usually in an irregular course;
"the pickpocket dodged through the crowd"
avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues);
"He dodged the issue"
"she skirted the problem"
"They tend to evade their responsibilities"
"he evaded the questions skillfully"
- He dodged past me.
- He dodged the falling rock and escaped unhurt.
- She was sharp-witted enough to dodge her attacker.
- The man jumped aside to dodge the speeding truck.
- She tried to dodge paying her taxes.
- Do you like to go playing dodge ball with us?
- Those were the dodges he used to escape taxation.
- He never dodges.
- He dodged cleverly when she threw her shoe at him.
- He dodged behind a tree so that she should not see him.
- He dodged the book that I threw at him.
- The reporters gathered around him, but he dodged their queries.
- You have to be quick in order to dodge the traffic in city streets nowadays.
- Whatever you do, work hard at it and don't try to dodge the column.
- The issue should not be dodged.
- A dodge behind a tree kept her from being run over.
- He tried all sorts of dodges to avoid being called up.
He was forced to avoid him by giving a sudden dodge to one side.出自： L. Parr
He began to dodge with his pursuers.出自： W. Hubbard
- dodge, duck, fence, malinger, parry, shirk
- 这组词都有“回避”的意思,它们之间的区别是:fence指像击剑者那样“躲避”,强调灵巧和勇气; dodge强调动作迅速或突然变换位置进行“躲闪”,含有策略、机警、聪明的意思; duck指突然地弯腰或好像弯腰那样进行“躲〔回〕避”; malinger指伪装有病或虚弱,以“逃避”职责或艰巨的任务等; parry强调自卫的技能和灵巧; shirk指卑鄙地、胆怯地、鬼祟地去“躲〔回〕避”。例如:
- He was able to dodge so that the man's knife went through his sleeve, wounding him only slightly.他来得及躲开,那人的小刀刺穿他的衣袖,他仅受了点轻伤。
- He saw a policeman coming and ducked behind a car.他看到一个警察向他走来,便闪身躲在一辆汽车后面。
- She says she's got flu, but I think she's malingering.她说她感冒了,但我认为她是在装病逃避工作。
- I parried her question by the best excuses I could offer.我用自己能找到的最好借口回避她的问题。
- He shirked his duty to his family.他逃避家庭的职责。