n.逃,逃亡,溢出设备,出口,逃跑,野生 vi.逃脱,避开,溜走 vt.逃避,避免,被忘掉
名词:escaper 动词过去式:escaped 过去分词:escaped 现在分词:escaping 第三人称单数:escapes 形容词:escapable
ex-=out of,fully 变化型 a-,e-,ec-,ef-,es-,iss-,s-
1 [I, Ipr] ~ (from sb/sth) get free; get away (from imprisonment or control) （从监禁、管制中）逃脱, 逃走
*Two prisoners have escaped. 有两个囚犯越狱了.
* A lion has escaped from its cage. 有一头狮子从笼中逃走了.
* She longed to escape from her mother's domination. 她渴望摆脱母亲的操纵.
* (fig 比喻) When life became too difficult, he escaped into a dream world of his own. 生活太困难时, 他就躲进了自己梦幻世界之中.
2 [I, Ipr] ~ (from sth) (of gases, liquids, etc) find a way out (of a container, etc); leak; seep out （指气体、液体等）漏出, 泄漏, 渗出
*There's gas escaping somewhere can you smell it? 有什么地方漏煤气了--你闻到了吗?
* Make a hole to let the water escape. 弄个洞让水排出.
* heat escaping through a window 从窗户散发出的热气.
3 [I, Tn no passive 不用于被动语态, Tg] keep free or safe from (sth unpleasant); avoid 避免或躲避（不愉快的事物）; 免除
*Where can we go to escape the crowds? 我们到哪里才能躲开这些人群?
* escape punishment/being punished 避免惩罚[受罚]
* You can't escape the fact that... 你不 能逃避这样的事实....
4 [Tn no passive 不用于被动语态] be forgotten or unnoticed by (sb/sth) 被遗忘; 未被注意
*Her name escapes me, ie I can't remember it. 我想不起她的名字了.
* The fault escaped observation (ie was not spotted) for months. 这故障数月来未引起注意.
* Nothing escapes you/your attention, ie You notice everything. 什么也瞒不了你.
5 (idm 习语) escape (sb's) `notice be missed or not noticed (by sb) 疏忽; 没注意到
*It won't have escaped your notice that I've been unusually busy recently. 你一定注意到了我最近一直忙得不得了.
1 [C, U] ~ (from sth) (act or action of) escaping; instance of having escaped 逃走; 逃脱
*Escape from Dartmoor prison is difficult. 从达特穆尔监狱逃走非常困难.
* There have been few successful escapes from this prison. 没有什么人能从这座监狱逃走.
* When the guard's back was turned, she made her escape. 看守人一转过身去, 她就逃走了.
2 [C] means of escaping 逃走或逃生的手段
*The fire-escape is at the back of the building. 太平门在建筑物的後面.
* [attrib 作定语] The police have just found the escape vehicle. 警方刚找到逃走者使用的车辆.
* He showed us our escape route on the map. 他在地图上指出我们逃走的路线.
* escape-pipe/-valve, ie to release excess steam or water when the pressure is too great 排出管[阀]（压力过高时可释放出过剩的蒸汽或水）.
3 [sing] (thing that provides a) temporary distraction from reality or dull routine 暂时逃避现实（的消遣事物）
*He listens to music as an escape from the pressures of work. 他听音乐以缓解一下工作的压力.
4 [C] leak 漏出
*an escape of gas 漏出煤气.
5 (idm 习语) make ,good one's e`scape manage to escape completely and satisfactorily 设法逃脱.
1. Before he got the job, Mr. Torres was determined to escape the workshop run by the Lighthouse (灯塔), an organization dedicated to help people who can't see, and to try to make it on his own. 得到这份工作之前，他就决心离开"灯塔"所经营的一个工场——"灯塔"是一个专门为盲人提供帮助的机构。他想靠自己的能力去工作。
2. By denying our ageing, we hope to escape the penalties placed upon growing old. 我们想用否认衰老来逃避年老所要受的苦难。
3. It pleasant to escape to a time when life,though hard, was relatively simple. 逃到一个即使艰苦但比较简朴的时代中去是件愉快的事，
4. Workaholism is a problem that has been evident since the Stone Age whenever people have sought to escape other parts of their lives through work. 工作狂自石器时代起就成了一个很明显的问题了——每当人们试图通过工作来逃避他们生活中的其他部分时就会出现这个问题。
5. This puma must have been in the possession of a private collector and somehow managed to escape. 这只美洲狮谅必是私人豢养的,并且不知怎么跑出来了.
6. The teenagers were eager to escape restrictive home environments. 这些青少年一心想摆脱家庭约束。
7. They came to America to escape political tyranny. 他们为逃避暴政逃到了美洲。
8. To escape from the Earth in a rocket, one must travel at seven miles per second. 要乘坐一枚火箭飞离地球，火箭的速度要达到每秒7英里，
9. The African kept trying to escape — which in those days was to attempt the impossible — and each time he was caught and brought back. “老非洲”一直企图逃跑——但在当时要逃走是不可能的——每一次他都被抓住给带了回来。
10. The key to escape is the smaller tunnel that runs between the two train tunnels. 逃生出口的关键所在是运行于两条火车主隧道间的一条小隧道。