Traducción de elope en español:


fugarse, v.

Pronunciación /əˈloʊp/ /ɪˈləʊp/

Ver definición en español de fugarse

verbo intransitivo

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    (con un amante, novio para casarse) fugarse
    • Count Baldwin I of Flanders eloped with Judith, daughter of King Charles the Bald of the west Franks, who was by the age of 16 the widow of two kings of Wessex.
    • Never particularly happy in his home life, at the age of 19 Shelley eloped with his first love, Harriet Grove, who bore him a daughter two years later.
    • Hogarth, his sometime pupil, eloped with his daughter in 1729.
    • After being expelled from various convent schools and working briefly as a model, she eloped with an aspiring poet when she was 18.
    • But Avon was long gone, having eloped with her high-school love interest, David Wrighter.
    • She remembered the solitary week his clinic had lasted before he had eloped with the superintendent's wife.
    • Today she was complaining about her grand-daughter who had eloped with the washer-man.
    • He eloped with a daughter of the duke of Richmond in 1744 and they were a devoted couple, dying within days of one another.
    • I'm beginning to understand some of what my mother must have gone through after I eloped with Rolf.
    • You just disappeared and Eileen told me that you had eloped with a man you'd been seeing on the sly.
    • Although Caroli never ‘escaped her mother's domination,’ she did succeed in leaving home when she eloped with a man she had ‘dated for two weeks.’
    • ‘Of course,’ said Cyrvil, recalling her own Mother's lady-in-waiting who had eloped with a knight from another Great Isle.
    • As Elizabeth Linley, before she eloped with Sheridan around 1773, the sitter was a professional singer and member of a celebrated musical family in Bath.
    • Tell me honestly, would you truly befriend your enemies after discovering their kid eloped with your child, and then made this whole chaotic catastrophe that led to their deaths?
    • One long sequence in which she tells Charles the story of how she eloped with her husband, and the consequences that ensued, is a minor tour de force of sustained emotional expression.
    • By the early 1950s, however, she had eloped with the Czech-Irish writer Ernest Gebler and by the time her first book was published, she had left for London, where she has lived ever since.
    • ‘I eloped with John Bardy, the stableboy you fired,’ Annabelle said coldly.
    • She eloped with a Greek, so we're going to Greece to meet the in-laws.
    • So she eloped with a guy with bad anger management problems so they could start a new life… with no money, no plan, and absolutely nowhere to go.