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pobeći

glagol

Uteći.

1. astart

glagol

2. beat it

glagol

1. To hurry away; scram
2. Hurry, rush

3. bolt

glagol

1. To secure or lock with a bolt.
2. To move or jump suddenly.
3. To make or roll into bolts.
4. To swallow hastily.
Sift. boltel.

4. break out

glagol

1. To begin suddenly and sometimes violently
2. To take from stowage in preparation for usage.

5. clear out

glagol

To move out and leave nothing behind.

6. come off

glagol

1. To acquit oneself; fare
2. Appear, seem
3. Succeed
4. Happen, occur
5. To have recently completed or recovered from
When something comes off, it becomes detached from what it was attached or fastened to.
When an event comes off, it is successful.
When you say "Come off it" to people, you are saying that you think something they have said is untrue or foolish.

7. cop out

glagol

1. To back out (as of an unwanted responsibility)
2. To avoid or neglect problems, responsibilities, or commitments

8. cut and run

glagol

To leave suddenly and quickly.

9. cut one's stick

glagol

10. decamp

glagol

Sinonimi: skip | vamoose | break camp

1. To leave (very informal usage); SYN. skip, vamoose.
2. To leave a camp; SYN. break camp.

11. do a bunk

glagol

12. drag ass

glagol

13. elope

glagol

Sinonimi: run off

To run away secretly with one's beloved; SYN. run off.

14. escape

glagol

Sinonimi: get away | get away | break loose

1. To remove oneself from a familiar environment, usually for pleasure or diversion; SYN. get away.
2. To run away from confinement; SYN. get away, break loose.

15. flee

glagolgramatika

(Homonym: flea).
(Irregular preterit, past participle: fled).
To run away; SYN. fly, take flight.

16. fly the coop

glagol

17. get away

glagol

1. When you escape from people who are chasing you because they want to hurt you or because you have committed a crime, you get away or get away from them.
2. When you get away from people or places, you leave them even though it may be difficult.

18. get off

glagol

1. To be relieved of one's duties temporarily.
2. To cause to be acquitted; get off the hook; in a legal case.
3. To deliver verbally
4. To enjoy in a sexual way
5. To escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden action; SYN. get away, get by, get out, escape.
6. To leave a vehicle, aircraft, etc.
7. When you get off a bus, airplane, or train, you leave it.
8. When you are standing, lying, or sitting on something, such as a horse, bicycle, motorcycle, stage, platform, or piece of furniture, and you step down from it onto the ground, you get off it.
9. When you are standing within an area of ground, or on something that covers an area of ground, and you move to the side of it and step off of it, you get off it.
10. When you get a certain period of time off, you are allowed by your employer to miss work during this period.
11. When you stop talking on the telephone, you get off the telephone.

19. get out

glagol

1. To express with difficulty.
2. When information gets out, it becomes known to people who are not supposed to know it.

20. haul arse

glagolsleng, dijalekt

21. huir

glagol

22. levant

glagol

ETYM Cf. Spanish levantar to raise, go from one place to another.
To run off without paying a debt.
To run away from a debt.

23. make a bolt for it

glagol

24. make a break for it

glagol

25. make away

glagol

26. make good one's escape

glagol

27. make off

glagol

To go away suddenly

28. outrun

glagol

1. To run faster than; as in a race.
2. Exceed, surpass

29. pull one's freight

glagol

30. roar off

glagol

To leave.

31. scamper

glagol

To run away quickly; to run or move in a quick, hurried manner.

32. scoot

glagol

ETYM Colloq. and Humorous, u. s.
To walk fast; to go quickly; to run hastily away.

33. slink off

glagol

34. turn one's back on

glagol

1. Reject, deny
2. Forsake

35. vamoose

glagol

To depart quickly.

36. vamose

glagolarhaično, zastarelo

37. whistle down the wind

glagol

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