Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Flee"

The meaning of "Flee" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does fled mean?
A: it's a simple past tense and past participle of flee. but it depends on the sentence fled is also a bed that sits directly on the floor without any kind of frame underneath, typically found in broke ass niggas houses, college students.
Q: What does flee mean?
A: To run away from something
Q: What does fled mean?
A: huir, escapar, fugarse
Q: What does fled mean?

Example sentences using "Flee"

Q: Please show me example sentences with fled.
A: They fled the country after the war destroyed their home.
He fled from the men trying to rob him.
The deer fled from the hunters.
Q: Please show me example sentences with flee.
A: Hermione didn't flee, but suddenly, Ron urged her to.
If someone was able to track her, she needed to flee, fast.
She was forced to flee given the cicumstances.
Q: Please show me example sentences with fled.
A: she fled to another country
Q: Please show me example sentences with flee.
A: Flee means to leave with great haste(quickly).

In a situation for example, a person got a fright from a loud noise and fled the room.
(he left with haste)

The barking dog made the cat flee over the fence.
(the cat left as quickly as possible)

Synonyms of "Flee" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between flee and escape ?
A: Escape is to get free orto free oneself while flee is to run away.

"Escape" is generally used when you can't freely decide to (or shouldn't) leave a place, or you are trapped.
For example: "He escaped prison".
"The mouse escaped from the trap."

"Flee" is used when you decided to leave a place, and that's why it is sometimes used to refer to cowards. Example: "That coward fled the battle!"
Q: What is the difference between flee and escape ?
A: They’re used in similar ways and are generally interchangeable but escape has more of an implication that it was hard to leave or that you weren’t allowed to leave, while flee has more of an implication that you had more freedom to leave and decided to
Escape is like you are breaking free from a hard situation, while fleeing creates an image of you running away and hints that you didn’t have as much trouble doing so

This thread is a conversation about the same topic; you might find it useful
https://www.italki.com/question/118476?hl=en-us

Some examples:
I escaped prison ✅ commonly used
I fled prison ❌ sounds unnatural

I fled the battle ✅ most natural
I escaped the battle ❌ okay, but not as natural

I fled the country ✅ commonly used
I escaped the country ❌ not commonly used

She escaped her abuser ✅ this implies she was in a very bad situation and had a hard time breaking free from them
She fled her abuser ❌ not as commonly used but it’s appropriate if she didn’t have as much of a hard time with it

Also, you can usually say escape/flee either with or without “from” after and it shouldn’t make a difference, unlike “run away” which you’d need a “from after” eg
I escaped/fled (from) the scene of the crime
I ran away from the scene of the crime (omitting “from” would be wrong)
Q: What is the difference between flee and escape ?
A: @sh_mugi

Flee means to run away. It usually means you are using speed to escape away from something.
Escape could mean the same thing, but can mean other things. If you are trapped inside a room, for example, and you get out, that’s also “escape”
Q: What is the difference between I fled them and I fled of them and I fled from them and I escaped // // // ?
A: "I fled them" and "I fled of them" don't make sense. But "I fled from them" and "I escaped" makes more sense
Q: What is the difference between flee and runaway and escape ?
A: Flee is like one person escape from this country to another country

Translations of "Flee"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? flee
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? flee
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fled with 是什麼意思?
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Other questions about "Flee"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce free flee.
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Q: I will flee away before you catch me Does this sound natural?
A: @asmatraza2 It would be more natural to just say, "I will get away."

"Flee" is more often used for animals running away from predators or someone escaping a horrible situation.
Q: ... but they would flee without even responding to their greeting.

Does this sound natural?
A: You might want to differentiate who is fleeing and who greeted them.
"But they would flee without even responding to the greeting."
"But they would flee without even responding to those that greeted them."

My change was a little nitpicky though, it sounds fine.

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