1. run away
The thief run away and the police ran after him.
The thief took my bag and ran away.
They ran away when they saw his gun.
When he was running away before the police he was hit by a car.
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The man fleed the scene of the accident.
The thief legged it and disappeared round the corner.
You must flee before there are too many of them.
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4. make off
The burglars made off with goods
The burglars made off with goods worth $10,000.
The burglars made off with goods worth £10,000.
The burglars made off with goods worth ₤10.000.
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5. slip away
Go for it! Don't let that opportunity slip away!
I slipped away when no one was looking.Moja pierwsza lekcja
6. run off
The man tried to run off when he saw the policeman.
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8. get away
escape/The bank robbers got away.
get away with her crime
not be caught or punished when you have done something wrong
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9. get out
I got out of the van and went home.
I got out the car and went home. Get out of my home.
When you stop at the traffic lights, I'll get out.
get out your wallet, get out of the room
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10. Take flight Angielskie idiomy na każdą okazję
11. break out
to start suddenly (used about fighting, wars, fires etc.)
wybuchać (wojna, pożar)
wybuchnąć (wojna, niepokój)
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