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Fled vs. Flee

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Fledverb

simple past tense and past participle of flee

Fleeverb

(intransitive) To run away; to escape.

‘The prisoner tried to flee, but was caught by the guards.’;

Fled

imp. & p. p. of Flee.

Fleeverb

(transitive) To escape from.

‘Many people fled the country as war loomed.’; ‘Thousands of people moved northward trying to flee the drought.’;

Fled

Fled is a 1996 American buddy action comedy film directed by Kevin Hooks. It stars Laurence Fishburne and Stephen Baldwin as two prisoners chained together who flee during an escape attempt gone bad.

Fleeverb

(intransitive) To disappear quickly; to vanish.

‘Ethereal products flee once freely exposed to air.’;

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Fleeverb

To run away, as from danger or evil; to avoid in an alarmed or cowardly manner; to hasten off; - usually with from. This is sometimes omitted, making the verb transitive.

‘[He] cowardly fled, not having struck one stroke.’; ‘Flee fornication.’; ‘So fled his enemies my warlike father.’;

Fleeverb

run away quickly;

‘He threw down his gun and fled’;

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