escapade

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Jeffsmiles

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The OALD defines this word : an exciting adventure ( maybe stupid or dangerous ).
I quite get that but not so clear.
Is it usually use in daily life ?
Can you give me some examples of it ? Any notice for me about usage ?
 
  • Jeffsmiles

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    Vietnamese
    I've never said that the word is obscure. I also cited it's definition.
    My question is very clear : is it usually used in daily life, and I need some specific examples, like in a film, a story, not those given by the dictionary
    Your answer is obscure.
     

    Andygc

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    Jeffsmiles

    1. Please read the forum guidelines on asking questions in The Longer Guide to English Only.

    2. Follow the link which Beryl kindly provided you with in her answer.

    When you have done that you should understand that this forum is not here to provide examples of words used in context, we discuss the use of words when they are in a sentence which is provided by the member asking the question.

    Andygc, moderator.
     
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