Tag Implication: dodge -> dodge_(disambiguation)

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O16
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User: Rad_Dudesman
Date: February 28, 2016

+1. It is truly ambiguous since it is an automobilistic brand and also a verb, which has at least two possibly relevant meanings (elude and steal).

p.s. Really, why do not to write a reason?


O16 said:
p.s. Really, why do not to write a reason?

Because they know it'll get under someone's feathers...


Didn't write a reason because I'm focusing more on other site things atm


+1 also I fill out for u

Reason:

Can be any of the following:

▼ copy/pasta if want
h2. Reason:Can be any of the following:
* [[dodging]] or [[dodge_(action)]] (I prefer the first one)
* [[dodge_(vehicle)]] or [[dodge_(brand)]], and can also be a parent to more specific tags like [[dodge_ram]], [[dodge_charger]], [[dodge_viper]], etc
* [[dodge_(character)]] (should one exist)

dodge: 1. Place, the hell out of which one must get

O16
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Chaser said:

As mentioned, the verb 'dodge' has more than one meaning; chiefly two (elude and steal), but also others (avert, flee and deceive).


O16 said:
As mentioned, the verb 'dodge' has more than one meaning; chiefly two (elude and steal), but also others (avert, flee and deceive).

Can you provide a sentence using "dodge" for stealing? I think you are mistaking that for another word, or are mistaking it too generally for what one specifically dodges.

O16
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Siral_Exan said:
Can you provide a sentence using "dodge" for stealing? I think you are mistaking that for another word, or are mistaking it too generally for what one specifically dodges.

I) He was walking absently, then put his hand in the pocket searching for his cellphone and noticed it had been dodged.

II) No, when I am not sure about something I usually communicate this while affirming. I don't know how regular is its usage world-wide, but am almost sure these meanings are valid.


O16 said:
I) He was walking absently, then put his hand in the pocket searching for his cellphone and noticed it had been dodged.

II) No, when I am not sure about something I usually communicate this while affirming. I don't know how regular is its usage world-wide, but am almost sure these meanings are valid.

Can you provide a dictionary reference to cite that usage? I am looking through both paperback and Internet and am finding no terms where dodged is used for stealing/stolen; I am finding cases for evading dues, like taxes and debt, but none on physical objects being taken away. That does not mean that objects are not performing the act of dodging, but those contexts imply moving the object to avoid something, not to steal.

If it's dialect, on the other hand, then I can understand, but then from where I'm from the act of stealing is used with context-sensitive terms or with a form of steal/stole

O16
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Date: February 28, 2016

Siral_Exan said:
Can you provide a dictionary reference to cite that usage? I am looking through both paperback and Internet and am finding no terms where dodged is used for stealing/stolen; I am finding cases for evading dues, like taxes and debt, but none on physical objects being taken away. That does not mean that objects are not performing the act of dodging, but those contexts imply moving the object to avoid something, not to steal.

It is mostly used when the victim is unaware of the fact and it happens quickly; in these cases the use tend to be similar to 'swipe'.
Sorry, but currently I haven't such information available.

I will need to out now. I know the "I haven't the source you want, now bye" sounds suspect, but here is 3 AM and I really have to sleep.


O16 said:
I will need to out now. I know the "I haven't the source you want, now bye" sounds suspect, but here is 3 AM and I really have to sleep.

It ain't suspicious, I'd rather people say "I can't speak right now" than have the other waiting and anticipating.

And with your usage of swipe, you're leading me to believe that it's a synonym (which is what I meant with context-sensitive, I can never spell that word). That makes a lot more sense now.

BlueDingo
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3 months ago

It's probably a regional slang term. We usually don't tag those and later remove them if they're tagged.


Approved as an alias.

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