escape

ɪsˈkeɪp

Перевод:

Verb: совершать побег бежать уйти избегать
Noun: побег выход бегство утечка
Adjective: спасательный

Фразы:

inflatable escape chute - надувной трап

to make / organize an escape - организовать побег

to foil / thwart an escape - срывать побег

escape from prison - побег из тюрьмы

escape from the depressing realities of wartime - уход от угнетающей действительности военного времени

escape ladder - спасательная лестница

escape route - дорога к отступлению

to escape unpunished - остаться безнаказанным

escape hatch - запасной, аварийный, спасательный люк

to aid and escape - (насильственно) освобождать из-под стражи

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Примеры:

The girl had no chance of escape. - У девушки не было никаких шансов сбежать.

She escaped to Britain in 1938. - Она сбежала в Великобританию в 1938 году.

A small laugh escaped her. - Она нечаянно хихикнула.

They abandoned the escape. - Они отказались от побега.

Man, that was a lucky escape! - Блин, вот это тебе повезло, выбраться невредимым! (например при аварии)

It seemed impossible he would escape detection. - Казалось невозможным, что его не обнаружат.

They must not be allowed to escape justice. - Им нельзя позволить ускользнуть от правосудия.

The door was locked; there was no escape. - Дверь была заперта, бежать было некуда.

There is no question of escape. - Нет ни малейшего шанса сбежать.

trying to help people to escape poverty - пытаясь помочь людям вырваться из нищеты

He managed to escape from prison. - Ему удалось сбежать из тюрьмы.

Gas escaped into the bedroom. - Газ просочился в спальню.

Then do you connive at her escape? - Так, значит, ты помог ей сбежать?

But for me television is an escape. - Но для меня телевизор - это отдушина.

The prisoners killed a guard during the escape. - Во время побега заключённые убили охранника.

Press the ESCAPE key to exit. - Для выхода из программы нажмите клавишу Esc.

A few passengers somehow escaped injury. - Несколько пассажиров каким-то образом избежали травм.

He escaped with minor injuries. - Он отделался незначительными повреждениями.

The canary escaped from its cage. - Канарейка вырвалась из своей клетки.

The prisoners laid an escape plan. - Заключённые составили план побега.

Hard work was his escape from worry. - Тяжёлый труд был его спасением от беспокойства.

The window was our only means of escape. - Окно было наше единственной возможностью сбежать.

He was, however, not destined to escape so easily. - Однако ему не было назначено судьбой отделаться так легко.

celebrities who cannot escape from the goldfish bowl of constant publicity - знаменитости, которые лишены возможности уединения из-за постоянной публичности

an escape route in case of fire - путь эвакуации в случае пожара

He risked his life helping others to escape. - Он рисковал жизнью, помогая другим спастись /сбежать/.

He seems to have escaped suspicion. - Кажется, он избавился от подозрений.

No word of courtesy escaped his lips. - Он не произнёс ни одного учтивого слова.

Suddenly the light was snapped off and no one could see the murderer escape. - Внезапно погас свет, и никто не увидел, как убийца скрылся.

He managed to escape amid the confusion. - В суматохе ему удалось бежать.

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Связанные термины:

escape cock: a valve that releases air, steam, etc, above a certain pressure ; relief valve or safety valve

escape key: a key on a computer keyboard used to leave a computer-program sequence before its end, in order to commence another sequence

escape pipe: a pipe for overflowing water, escaping steam, etc

escape plan: a plan for escaping from a place

escape road: a road, usually ending in a pile of sand, provided on a hill for drivers to drive into if their brakes fail or on a bend if they lose control of the turn

escape room: An escape room is a room containing puzzles and games which you must solve in order to win or to get out of the room.

fire escape: A fire escape is a metal staircase on the outside of a building, which can be used to escape from the building if there is a fire.

escape artist: An escape artist is the same as an → escapologist .

escape chute: a fabric tube or chute hinged to the wall of a stairwell and used as an emergency exit, eg from a burning tall building

escape clause: a clause in a contract freeing one of the parties from his or her obligations in certain circumstances

escape death: Death is the permanent end of the life of a person or animal.

escape device: a device with a collapsible extensible slide, used as an emergency exit, eg from a burning tall building

escape hatch: a means of escape in an emergency, esp from a submarine

escape route: a planned means of escape from a dangerous situation

escape shaft: a shaft in a mine through which miners can escape if the regular shaft is blocked

escape tunnel: A tunnel is a long passage which has been made under the ground, usually through a hill or under the sea.

escape valve: a valve that releases air, steam, etc, above a certain pressure; relief valve or safety valve

escape wheel: a toothed wheel that engages intermittently with a balance wheel or pendulum, causing the mechanism to oscillate and thereby moving the hands of a clock or watch

Great Escape: → the Great Escape

escape poverty: Poverty is the state of being extremely poor .

escape routine: a means of leaving a computer-program sequence before its end, in order to commence another sequence

escape velocity: the minimum velocity that a body must have in order to escape from the gravitational field of the earth or other celestial body

escape violence: Violence is behaviour which is intended to hurt, injure, or kill people.

escape mechanism: any emotional or mental mechanism that enables a person to avoid acknowledging unpleasant or threatening realities

escape sb's notice: If something escapes your notice, you fail to recognize it or realize it.

the Great Escape: a film (1963) directed by John Sturges, written by James Clavell and W. R . Burnett, based on a book by Paul Brickhill, and starring Steve McQueen . It follows an attempt made by Allied prisoners of war to escape a German prisoner of war camp during World War II

scapewheel: a toothed wheel that engages intermittently with a balance wheel or pendulum, causing the mechanism to oscillate and thereby moving the hands of a clock or watch

narrow squeak: an escape only just managed

escapologist: An escapologist is someone who entertains audiences by being tied up and placed in a dangerous situation, then escaping from it.

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Однокоренные слова:

escapement - спуск, регулятор хода, выход, бегство, выпуск
escapism - эскапизм, бегство от жизни
escapist - эскапистский, писатель-эскапист
escaped - беглый
escaping - бежать, вырваться, избавиться, избегать, убегать, спасаться, отделаться, миновать
escapable - необязательный, отвратимый, не неизбежный

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