Translation for 'flee' from English to Bulgarian
VERB   to flee | fled | fled
fleeing | flees
SYNO to flee | to fly | to take flight
to flee {verb} избягвам [спасявам се с бягство]
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Translation for 'flee' from English to Bulgarian

to flee {verb}
избягвам [спасявам се с бягство]
Usage Examples English
  • Several zombies attack the TV station, forcing Miller to flee to the hospital.
  • Sent to the La Frachette camp near Rome by the Italians, who had declared him an "undesirable foreigner", Lauterbacher still managed to flee a few months later, in December 1950, to Argentina, following the same route Adolf Eichmann took the same year.
  • Yang Fugong, Yang Shouliang, and Yang Shouxin were forced to flee.
  • Andara insists that they must flee. Nazario responds only thieves flee and the divine will not forsake them.
  • In the upper right quadrant, the Jewish population flee, casting glances backwards.

  • In 1796, Napoleon's invasion of Milan forced the family to flee the French forces.
  • In the end, with the king's rockets raining down on them, the main character and the reader flee.
  • Facing an arrest warrant and a potential prison sentence, Saadani chose to flee to France, which welcomed him when Algeria demanded his extradition.
  • The entire town was raised and burnt to the ground in 1988, and the people who had not been able to flee were ordered to assemble and subsequently run over with tanks while those trying to flee were shot.
  • Nowhere and Tony's crew are framed for a crime they had no involvement in prior, and flee to Mexico to both find the real culprit, clear their names, and flee the unstoppable super-agent hunting them down.

  • Unable to deny their presence in the chamber, Democrats then tried to flee the chamber or hide under their desks, but Reed ordered the doors locked.
  • Shortly after her release, the professor became abusive and she had to flee again.
  • They start to dig up the body, which is buried under concrete in Clifford's boat shed, but a melee follows and they flee.
  • Under the National-Socialist regime, he and several members of his family were threatened by Nazis because of their anti-Nazi views, and he had to flee from Germany twice, first to France and then to the Netherlands, where during the war he went underground and helped Jews to flee.
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