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hide out (from someone or something)

to hide oneself so that one cannot be found by someone or something. Max was hiding out from the police in Detroit. Lefty is hiding out too.
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hide out

Go into or stay in hiding, especially from the authorities. For example, The cattle thieves hid out in the canyon, or He decided to hide out from the press. [Late 1800s]
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hide out

v.
To seek refuge in a secret place, especially to evade a pursuer: The gangsters hid out in a remote cabin until it was safe to return to the city.
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RAWALPINDI, June 22, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Security forces are in the final phase of eliminating terrorists hide outs and camps in Swat.
According to media reports the security forces targeted the militant's hide outs in Spain Warm and Spain Kai with heavy machinery and destroyed several hide outs.
During exchange of fire at Shatkas, lashkar destroyed terrorists bunkers and 3 hide outs including 1 ammunition dump.
3014 and discovered from its hide outs more than 5 thousand of bullets, a pistol, a repeater and four chargers in its.
The Chief Secretary asked to evolve a comprehensive plan of spray in graveyards with the objectives to eliminate all hide outs of mosquitoes.
Separate airstrikes also killed eleven other militants in the remote Datta Khel village of restive North Waziristan tribal district and destroyed two militant hide outs, the official said.
Rehman Malik directed Secretary Interior to identify the hide outs of Lashkar e Jhangvi (LeJ) and act promptly and swiftly against the terrorists from the banned organization