- vi.逃脱; （气体，液体等）漏出; （未受伤或只受了一点伤害而）逃脱; 声音（不自觉地）由…发出
- vt.& vi.逃避，避开
- n.逃走; 逃跑工具或方法; 野生种; 泄漏
- 复数: escapes;
- 第三人称单数: escapes;
- 过去式: escaped;
- 过去分词: escaped;
- 现在分词: escaping;
The clinic felt like Alcatraz. There was no escape.
In their haste to escape the rising water, they dropped some expensive equipment.
Robert was lucky to escape with just a broken foot after being squashed against a fence by a car.
The residents were trying to escape from the fire but were overcome by smoke.
We had strong family traditions; we couldn't escape them.
They decided the time was right for their escape.
The army lifted people off rooftops where they had climbed to escape the flooding.
He could stand no more and engineered an escape.
We all need the occasional escape route from the boring, routine aspects of our lives.
When pursued, he made his escape with a flash of speed.
We had to break the door out to escape from the fire.
He reflected how difficult it would be to escape.
The antelope could not escape the crocodile's gaping jaws.
The murderer attempted to escape from law punishment by spoiling his own face.
The prisoner made an effort to escape, but he couldn't climb the prison wall.
He tried to escape under cloud of night.
The guards thwarted his attempt to escape from prison.
When the guard's back was turned, she made good her escape.
He was unable to escape the array of facts.
You're lucky to escape with a whole skin.
In his desperation to escape, Tom had slipped and broken a leg.
She had managed to escape by running into the street in her nightdress.
She suspected him of complicity in Ashok's escape.
We should encircle the enemy forces completely and let none escape from the net.
None of them could escape.
The jailbird cast about him for a way of escape.
The fox redoubled on its trail to escape the hunters.
The car was badly smashed, but he was lucky to escape with life and limb.
Watch him. Don't let him escape.
About 8% said they used the Internet as a way to escape problems, and almost 14% reported they "found it hard to stay away from the Internet for several days at a time.
He had a narrow escape in a car accident.
Those dangers can be addressed with farmer and consumer education, he said, while the free water and nutrients from human waste can help urban farmers in developing countries to escape poverty.
It did not escape notice that a lobbying firm set up by Lynton Crosby, David Cameron's election campaign director, had previously acted for Philip Morris International.
Inequality is dangerous, he argued, not merely because it doesn't look good to have a large gap between the rich and the poor, but because inequality itself destroys upward mobility, making it harder for the poor to escape from poverty.
Migrants to cities are attracted by plentiful jobs, access to hospitals and education, and the ability to escape the boredom of a farmer's agricultural life.
A lunchtime escape allows her to keep a boss from tapping her on the shoulder.
2019年高考英语全国卷2 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
As the months went by, the rabbits saw that I was no threat and didn't escape.
2015年高考英语四川卷 完形填空 原文
Even when the machines are recycled and the harmful metals removed, the recycling process often is carried out in poor countries, in practically uncontrolled ways which allow many poisonous substances to escape into the environment.
2015年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
Fortunately, Natalie's family escaped to Brooklyn shortly before the city's bridge closed.
2016年高考英语北京卷 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
Yet, now that I'm growing and the world I once knew as being so simple is becoming more complex, I find myself needing a way to escape.
2019年高考英语天津卷 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
Thus poor countries might not be able to escape their poverty traps without political changes that may be possible only with broader formal education.
In fat， circumstances seem to be designed to bring out the best in us and if we feel that we have been “wronged” then we are unlikely to begin a conscious effort to escape from our situation.
We aim to be objective, but we cannot escape the context of our unique life experience.
1. the act of escaping physically;
"he made his escape from the mental hospital"
"the canary escaped from its cage"
"his flight was an indication of his guilt"
2. an inclination to retreat from unpleasant realities through diversion or fantasy;
"romantic novels were her escape from the stress of daily life"
"his alcohol problem was a form of escapism"
3. the unwanted discharge of a fluid from some container;
"they tried to stop the escape of gas from the damaged pipe"
"he had to clean up the leak"
4. a valve in a container in which pressure can build up (as a steam boiler); it opens automatically when the pressure reaches a dangerous level
5. nonperformance of something distasteful (as by deceit or trickery) that you are supposed to do;
"his evasion of his clear duty was reprehensible"
"that escape from the consequences is possible but unattractive"
6. an avoidance of danger or difficulty;
"that was a narrow escape"
7. a means or way of escaping;
"hard work was his escape from worry"
"they installed a second hatch as an escape"
"their escape route"
8. a plant originally cultivated but now growing wild
1. run away from confinement;
"The convicted murderer escaped from a high security prison"
2. fail to experience;
"Fortunately, I missed the hurricane"
3. escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden action;
"She gets away with murder!"
"I couldn't get out from under these responsibilities"
4. be incomprehensible to; escape understanding by;
"What you are seeing in him eludes me"
5. issue or leak, as from a small opening;
"Gas escaped into the bedroom"
6. remove oneself from a familiar environment, usually for pleasure or diversion;
"We escaped to our summer house for a few days"
"The president of the company never manages to get away during the summer"
7. flee; take to one's heels; cut and run;
"If you see this man, run!"
"The burglars escaped before the police showed up"
escape, flee, fly, get away, run away
get away： 口语用语。侧重指犯罪分子从现场逃跑或被捕时逃走。
run away： 口语用语，强调动作迅速。