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To move aside or to and fro in a sudden or quick manner
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“Children dodge through the crowd, intent upon mysterious errands.”
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To evade or circumvent by cleverness or trickery
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“Man may temporarily dodge his responsibilities to his fellowmen, but he cannot permanently dodge the consequences of dodging his responsibilities.”
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To elude or avoid someone or something
“He didn't have to duck and dodge the police, and most of all, he didn't have to carry guns to protect his money because he didn't have any money to protect.”
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To avoid providing a clear answer or statement
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To suddenly spring or flinch back in fear, horror, or disgust
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To dodge something, such as a question, task or duty
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To fail to fulfill an obligation or payment
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To swindle someone by not paying a debt, especially a gambling debt
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To play truant
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To prevent oneself from
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To be liberated or freed from (something)
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To procrastinate or be lazy, especially with work or responsibilities
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Retrace one's steps
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Fail to act resolutely or decisively
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To make an abrupt, unsteady, uncontrolled movement or series of movements
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Trickery or stratagems practiced for ensnaring or deception
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“We had every reason to believe that she was a malingerer, that this was just a dodge to get out of work.”
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Plural for a loophole to get out of a situation or to benefit oneself
“Mr. Provence sees any forest exemption policy as a tax dodge, and proposed that the acreage minimum go to 100 acres rather than be reduced to 25 acres.”
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Plural for a sudden quick movement to avoid someone or something
“A guard shot at me, but with a quick dodge using my newly-acquired agility, I managed to avoid the bullet.”
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Plural for a quick and nimble move, typically to elude
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Plural for means
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Plural for confusing word
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Plural for solution which navigates around problem
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Plural for great skill in a particular field
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Plural for a hidden problem or disadvantage in an apparently ideal situation
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Plural for the action of evading something
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Plural for a job or profession
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