whats the meaning of leuding?like leuding the police 14U2NV

The term is eluding.

Definition of elude:

1. To evade or escape from, as by daring, cleverness, or skill: The suspect eluded the police.

2. To escape the memory or understanding of: a name that eludes me; a point that eluded the audience.

3. To be unnattained by: Another championship eluded her.


1530s, "delude, make a fool of," from Latin eludere "finish play, win at play; escape from or parry (a blow), make a fool of, mock, frustrate; win from at play," from assimilated form of ex "out, away" (see ex-) + ludere "to play" (see ludicrous). Sense of "evade" is first recorded 1610s in a figurative sense, 1630s in a literal one. Related: Eluded; eludes; eluding.


avoidance, cop-out, dodging, ducking, escape, elusion, eschewal, eschewing, evasion, out, shaking, shunning - see more at Thesaurus.com

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Friday, September 22 2017
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