Examples of avoidance in a Sentence
a writer known for avoidance of sentimentality
a complete avoidance of sentimentality
Recent Examples of avoidance from the Web
The pedestrian-avoidance feature was not totally effective in a demonstration Lexus staged with dummies.
On regular cars autonomous features such as collision avoidance and lane-departure warning systems and automatic braking have already reduced accidents.
There's an avoidance of anything new, and the language becomes mind-numbingly repetitive: Onward, forward, the revolution.
But the company’s arrival also prompted street protests from taxi-drivers, lawsuits from regulators, and accusations of tax avoidance.
Red, as its reputation suggests, tends to promote aggression and avoidance.
Meteors and collision avoidance YouTube has scores of dash cam videos documenting dangerous driving, dramatic rescues and lighter moments such as buffalo crossing the road.
Audi Pre-sense Basic is preventive occupant protection, and Pre-sense City is low-speed collision-avoidance assistance.
The firms have become so adept at tax avoidance that the European Commission is not going to hang around until the argument is settled.
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First Known Use of avoidance
AVOIDANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of avoidance for English Language Learners
: the act of avoiding something
AVOIDANCE Defined for Kids
medical Definition of avoidance
- reinforced by escape or avoidance of electric shock
- —E. S. Katkin & E. N. Murray
- avoidance learning
- conditioned avoidance in mice
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