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to escape punishment

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  • escape punishment — evade retribution or penalty, avoid corrective discipline …   English contemporary dictionary

  • escape — [e skāp′, iskāp] vi. escaped, escaping [ME escapen < NormFr escaper, var. of eschaper < VL * excappare < L ex , out of (see EX 1) + LL cappa, cloak (i.e., leave one s cloak behind)] 1. to get free; get away; get out; break loose, as from …   English World dictionary

  • escape — escapable, adj. escapeless, adj. escaper, n. escapingly, adv. /i skayp /, v., escaped, escaping, n., adj. v.i. 1. to slip or get away, as from confinement or restraint; gain or regain liberty: to escape from jail. 2. to slip away from pursuit or… …   Universalium

  • escape — es•cape [[t]ɪˈskeɪp[/t]] v. caped, cap•ing, n. adj. 1) to slip or get away, as from confinement or restraint 2) to avoid capture, punishment, or any threatened evil 3) to issue from a confining enclosure, as a gas or liquid 4) to slip away; fade… …   From formal English to slang

  • punishment — pun|ish|ment W3 [ˈpʌnıʃmənt] n 1.) [U and C] something that is done in order to punish someone, or the act of punishing them →↑punitive ▪ The Court decides what punishment to impose . punishment for ▪ the punishment for treason punishment by ▪… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • escape — es|cape1 [ ı skeıp ] verb *** ▸ 1 get away from something bad ▸ 2 avoid something unpleasant ▸ 3 come out by accident ▸ 4 not remember/notice ▸ 5 go away on vacation ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) intransitive to get away from a place where you are in danger:… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • escape — I UK [ɪˈskeɪp] / US verb Word forms escape : present tense I/you/we/they escape he/she/it escapes present participle escaping past tense escaped past participle escaped *** 1) [intransitive] to get away from a place where you are in danger Three… …   English dictionary

  • punishment — noun 1 (C) a way in which someone or something is punished (+ for): I sent Alex to bed early as a punishment for breaking the window. | You know the punishment for treason, don t you? | a harsh/severe punishment (=one that makes someone suffer a… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • punishment — n. 1) to administer, mete out punishment to 2) to impose, inflict punishment on 3) to escape; suffer, take punishment 4) cruel, cruel and unusual; harsh, severe; just; light, mild punishment 5) capital; corporal; summary punishment 6) (mil.)… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • PUNISHMENT — While there is no modern theory of punishment that cannot, in some form or other, be traced back to biblical concepts, the original and foremost purpose of punishment in biblical law was the appeasement of God. God abhors the criminal ways of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • punishment — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ cruel, harsh, heavy, severe ▪ unusual ▪ the constitutional prohibition on cruel and unusual punishment ▪ appropriate …   Collocations dictionary


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