|avoid catching something, fend off an attacker||fight off|
|(Scottish) narrow arm of the sea (also firth); type of fish-snaring net for catching fish||frith|
|40 days, detain, hold in isolation, hold in confinement, isolate to avoid spread of disease, isolation to prevent spread of disease, confinement; blockage, enforcement of sanctions, place of isolation, state or period of isolation, time of enforced iso...||quarantine|
|A technicality in some legislation that makes it possible to avoid certain consequences or circumvent a rule without breaking the law, such as in the use of a tax shelter.||Loophole|
|a trademark for an aerosol used to immobilize an attacker for a brief time||Chemical Mace|
|a trademark for Chemical Mace, an aerosol used to immobilize an attacker for a brief time||Mace|
|ability to avoid errors, correctness, preciseness, exactness||accuracy|
|ability to avoid giving offense, diplomacy, ability to skillfully deal with people, finesse; sense of what is proper or appropriate, taste, discretion||tact|
|ability to avoid offense, caution, wisdom, careful judgment, confidentiality, freedom to decide||discretion|
|able to be passed by contact, capable of transmitting disease, infectious, communicable, transmissible, catching, likely to affect others||contagious|
|abstain from, avoid, keep away from||eschew|
|acceptance, act of receiving; event in which guests are formally welcomed by their host; check-in, reception desk, catching of forward pass, conversion of electronic signals, formal party, place where visitors are received, quality of signal, reception...||reception|
|act of evading, avoid answering, turn blow aside, ward off, turn away, repulse; evade, dodge, warding off, repulsion; evasion, avoidance||parry|
|act of igniting or causing to burn; state of catching fire, means of starting engine, process of igniting, spark that ignites fuel-air mixture||ignition|
|act of juggling; magic trick; sleight-of-hand; trickery, manipulation, deceit, fit into a schedule, have difficulty holding something, keep several objects in the air, maintain a number of objects in the air at the same time by catching and throwing; m...||juggle|
|act of noticing something, act of sighting something, act of spying, detection; act of catching sight of something; act of detecting something||espial|
|act of one who takes; something taken, catching, charming, contagious, infectious; enchanting, captivating||taking|
|act of placing blame on another person in order to avoid bearing responsibility||scapegoatism|
|act of removing matter floating on the surface of a liquid; act of removing from the top; film, thin layer, coat or become coated with layer, cursory look, embezzle, give little or no attention to, glance through a book or paper, hide profits to avoid ...||skim|
|act of wincing or recoiling in fear, show of fear, avoid confronting, react physically to pain or fear, wince, shrink, draw back, show fear or pain||flinch|
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