Translation of shirk in Spanish:


eludir, v.

Pronunciation /ʃərk/ /ʃəːk/

transitive verb

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    (task/duty/responsibility) eludir
    (task/duty/responsibility) rehuir
    • She suffers, true; she complains, also true; but she has not shirked her duty, nor shied away from pain.
    • Insightful without being pedantic, learned but not overbearing, the book is full of humorous anecdotes while never shirking the factual responsibility of the historian.
    • ‘It is a matter of law and not of fact,’ she said, adding that in her opinion, to decline to hear the matter would be shirking her responsibility as a judge.
    • The lighting of the stove and the provision of the tea were done on a rota basis with nobody shirking their duty including the washing up.
    • By ignoring their epistemic and metaphysical brokenness, we are shirking our Christian duty to truly show love for our neighbor.
    • And they have suggested strongly that America is shirking its moral responsibility when it refuses to venture abroad in search of monsters to destroy.
    • I can never be accused of shirking my responsibilities.
    • If not, they are shirking their duty - both to the national defense and to the very goal of diversity that they profess to cherish.
    • But he's going to do it shamefully and in full recognisance that he's basically shirking his intellectual responsibilities to the world.
    • Soon they were slacking off in school, shirking responsibilities, and turning to harder drugs for a better high.
    • Here Moses claims God is shirking responsibility for his people.
    • The root cause is specialization amongst the lower ranks in the Force, which is a cover for shirking responsibility.
    • All through those weeks of killings the state and Central government kept on shirking their responsibilities.
    • Who takes action, and with what promptness, against teachers seen to be even brazenly shirking their duties?
    • No decent Aussie wants to support queue jumping or shirking responsibility.
    • Renouncing these prodigal sons and attempting to lay them at the door of the west is shirking responsibility.
    • Your columnists would be shirking their responsibility if they ignored these factors.
    • We will do so without shirking our responsibility to the people of this district.
    • ‘The government has steered clear of the problem and shirked its duty,’ he said.
    • Vote, it says, or you have shirked your religious duty.

intransitive verb

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