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VERB   to avert | averted | averted
averting | averts
SYNO to avert | to turn away
amovere [2]to avert
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Translation for 'avert' from English to Latin

to avert
amovere [2]
Usage Examples English
  • The Peace Conference of 1861 was a last-ditch effort to avert the coming Civil War.
  • Ancient Greeks also had an old custom of dressing boys as girls in order to avert the evil eye.
  • Under orders from the emperor, Wai Siu-Bo time travels to modern-day Hong Kong investigate and avert an upcoming crisis.
  • Neem oil has been shown to avert termite attack as an ecofriendly and economical agent.
  • Since Huldai's share of the vote exceeded the 40% threshold required to avert a runoff election, no runoff was held.
  • It would avert a breach further south, which would release far more sediment and nutrients into the lake.
  • She also flew the 5B BJQ Bristow helicopter which was heading to Lagos from Port Harcourt but ended up ditching it to avert casualties.
  • In December 2021, McKenzie wrote an opinion piece in the Toronto Star calling for a strategy to avert vaccine inequity in racialized children.
  • A British diplomat, Sir Reginald Styles, is organising a peace conference to avert World War III.
  • Subsequently, German diplomats have attempted to avert death penalty charges and sentencing for Wenzel, and were reportedly confident in their ability to avert such a sentence while saying she would be expected to serve a long jail sentence.
  • Britain also gave all control of Torres Strait islands to Queensland, with no negotiating treaties, in order to avert enemy colonial powers claiming the region.
  • After losing a lawsuit, pharmacy chain CVS implemented a system that causes its registers to recognize expired products and avert their sale.
  • It is also known for its maize farming. Spearheaded by Mrs Reddie Ndhlovu who is an avert farmer.
  • In 1950, President Truman appointed McDonough to an emergency board to help settle labor disputes and avert a nationwide railroad strike.
  • This book was released in November 2009. The protagonists in the novel are working to avert an interplanetary war.
  • The SWARM are intelligent robotic bugs who work with their human teammates to gather information and avert potential disasters.
  • Hypo Alpe Adria: Nationalised in 2009 by the Austrian government to avert a bank collapse, dismantled in 2014.
  • Playing for Army Crusaders against Cambridge University Falcons in February 1954, he delivered a hat-trick that failed to avert the Crusaders’ 3-6 defeat.
  • In Greek mythology, the Elasioi (Ancient Greek: Ἐλάσιοι, meaning 'Averters' or 'Expellers'; in Latin, 'Elasii') were minor personages with power to avert epileptic attacks.
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