ごまかし, からくり, フェイント交わす, 交す, 撒く, よける
Noun(1) an elaborate or deceitful scheme contrived to deceive or evade(2) a quick evasive movement(3) a statement that evades the question by cleverness or trickery
Verb(1) make a sudden movement in a new direction so as to avoid(2) move to and fro or from place to place usually in an irregular course(3) avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues
(1) At the time, asbestos victims and unions warned it was a dodge to try and avoid escalating liabilities.(2) The telecom company was asked to comment on the letter - and on the specific question of legal action - but decided instead to dodge the issue.(3) A quick dodge saved her head from an incoming fist.(4) bartering can be seen as a tax dodge(5) In theory, then, Mr. Secretary, can you address the corporate tax dodge ?(6) From what I understand there are a whole host of possibilities where they could be used to catch people who dodge their road tax or drop litter.(7) Only if no attempt is made to collect my fare will I dodge payment.(8) She pulled him up onto the seat behind her, swerving down over the main street to dodge through the rest of the traffic.(9) As you enter the room, perform a rolling dodge to the left.(10) The subject has three choices: yes, no, or dodge the question.(11) How the trio dodge him, with timely help from the professor and the magical map of the prison castle is the rest of the story, which is filled with surprise twists and turns.(12) A guard shot at me but with a quick dodge from my new agility I managed to avoid at it.(13) Citing such impersonal forces - such as poverty - is always a dodge for individual responsibility.(14) 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.(15) I do not think it is appropriate for a Minister to answer a question in the House in a way that attempts to dodge full responsibility for this appalling breach.(16) marchers had to dodge missiles thrown by loyalists
(1) to dodge :: かわします
1. dart ::
2. ruse ::
3. stratagem ::
5. dart ::
6. elude ::
7. avoid ::
8. skirt ::
Different Formsdodge, dodged, dodges
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