flee from (someone or something)

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flee from (someone or something)

To run away from or escape someone or something. The thieves fled from the security guard but were caught by officers arriving on the scene. Shrieking, we fled from the swarm of bees.
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flee from someone or something

to run away from someone or something. The robber fled from the scene of the crime. The children fled from the wrath of the old man.
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He noted that the delay in passing on the information gives criminals the opportunity to flee from one country to another.
With the Communist takeover, the family lost everything, and its members perished in the war or afterward, whereas Danilo was forced to flee from one place to another, including some European countries and America.
These people would flee from one area and will take shelter in another.
A Midland woman accused of having sex with teenage boys told a jury she had to flee from one of them by climbing through her bedroom window.