escapeverb

  • ja〔捕らわれている状況から〕逃げる、自由になる
  • ento get away from a place or a situation

Examples

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0:03 / --:--
Mute
1.
You called for me?
2.
Yes, we have an emergency.
3.
Henry the duck has escaped.
4.
We have to find him.
5.
Summon the royal army, tell them to search the earth!
6.
Oh, you own over a hundred ducks, buddy.
7.
Just play with one of the other ones.
8.
No, but I want that one!
9.
Why can't I have this one thing?
10.
I ask for so little!
PLAY
0:01 / --:--
Mute
1.
Jake, what's happening?
2.
What is this ledge?
3.
You must have tried to escape out the window, and then your memory reset.
PLAY
1:06 / --:--
Mute
1.
Some prisoners escaped from the work camp, but I'm helping the warden track them down.
2.
Oh, well, maybe you should let them go.
3.
You know I can't do that.
4.
You're always working.
5.
I wish you'd spend more time at home, more time with me.
6.
Maybe you're right, honey.
7.
Maybe I do work too much.
8.
You know what?
9.
I'm gonna let those fugitives go.
10.
You'd do that for me?
11.
I'd do anything for you.
12.
I love you.
13.
I love you, too!
14.
Now, come out here and give me a kiss!
15.
Peter, no!
16.
Wait a minute, I don't have a wife!