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English-German translation for: [escape]
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Dictionary English German: [escape]

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English German
close {adj} [escape etc.]
knapp [entkommen etc.]
to outrun sb. [to escape sb. by or as if by running]
jdm. davonlaufen
to lam [Am.] [coll.] [to escape, esp. from custody]
[to escape, make off, run away, break out] ausbüchsen [FALSCH für: ausbüxen]
to elude sb. [escape sb.'s memory]jdm. entfallen sein [Name etc.]
Unverified to scape [archaic or literary] [escape]flüchten
to slip [escape from]sich losreißen
flight [escape]
Flucht {f}
lam [coll.] [flight, escape]
Flucht {f} [bes. vor Polizei]
bailout [emergency escape]
Notausstieg {m} [Verlassen im Notfall]
constr. escape [vent / opening for the escape of smoke, gas]
Abzug {m} [z. B. für Rauch, Gas]
lam [Am.] [coll.] [escape from custody]
Ausbruch {m}
getaway [escape]
Entkommen {n} [Flucht]
escapade [archaic] [escape]
Flucht {f} [Ausbruch]
mining blowout [uncontrollable escape of oil or gas from a well]Blow-out {m} [auch: Blowout] [unkontrollierter Ausbruch von Erdöl oder -gas aus einem Bohrloch]
Unverified Houdini [Harry Houdini, 1874-1926, escape artist and magician]Houdini {m} [Entfesselungs- und Zauberkünstler]
meuse [Br.] [regional] [gap in a fence or hedge through which hares, rabbits, etc., pass, esp. as a means of escape]Durchschlupf {m} [für Tiere, z. B. in Hecken]
2 Words
to bust out [coll.] [break out, escape]ausbrechen [entkommen]
to come off [coll.] [to escape]entkommen
to get out [escape]entkommen
hist. mil. naut. diving lung [submerged escape and rescue breathing apparatus for German WW II submarine crewmen]Tauchretter {m}
3 Words
to break out of sth. [escape]aus etw.Dat. ausbrechen [fliehen]
to cheat the hangman [idiom] [have a narrow escape]dem Tod / Totengräber von der Schaufel springen [Redewendung]
to fly away from sb. [bird: to escape]jdm. entfliegen
to make a getaway [to escape]entkommen
to run away from sb. [escape]jdm. entlaufen [meistens Tiere]
4 Words
to make a bolt for sth. [e.g. door, exit (in a rush to escape)]zu etw.Dat. stürmen / stürzen [um zu entkommen; z. B. zur Tür, zum Ausgang]
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