免れる, 紛らわす, 紛らす
Verb(1) avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues(2) escape, either physically or mentally(3) practice evasion(4) use cunning or deceit to escape or avoid
(1) Furthermore, clever legislators can readily evade a constitutional rule that depends on finding evidence of an illicit purpose.(2) A large share of total deposits in the havens come from upper-middle-class residents of Europe and North America who simply want to evade taxes.(3) There are so many incentives available in the Irish tax system that the taxpayer with substantial income does not need to evade tax.(4) You can convert profits to losses, put money in phony loans, buy businesses without people knowing who you are, and evade all laws regulating money.(5) Finally, underinvoicing can be used to evade ad valorem tariffs.(6) He managed to evade two recapture attempts with guile, spirit and a kick like Czechoslovakian absinthe.(7) These good practices shouldn't let us evade the tougher questions about how we justify importing active learning techniques into the classroom.(8) he never sought to evade responsibility for his actions(9) This in my judgment is also not significant except to show he is well able to deal with cross-examination and to seek to evade giving inconvenient but truthful answers.(10) There seems to be an ethos developing that no one should take responsibility for any of their acts, that they should try to evade , avoid, deny.(11) And, in fact, so much time and energy is devoted to their staging precisely to evade that more difficult question.(12) Some used the accounts to evade tax, while many others simply used them for practical reasons.(13) If you failed to file a return, or if a return you filed was false, fraudulent or a willful attempt to evade tax, then there's no limitation period at all.(14) friends helped him to evade capture for a time(15) Several lines of evidence suggest that twig anoles rely more on stealth than speed to capture prey and evade predators.(16) Lower taxes give earners less reason to avoid and evade tax, and more reason to put in extra effort.
(1) to evade :: 回避します
1. elude ::
2. avoid ::
3. skirt ::
Different Formsevade, evaded, evades, evading
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