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Explanation: and yet I agree with duck as well. Side-step or sidestep is an expression I have heard from 60 minutes. They also like a buzz word lately: "spin" but that may or may not fit the context as well as ducking or avoiding since agache implies ignoring and spin implies interpreting.
Explanation: "Ducking" means you are hunching down to hide or dodge something.
duck (dùk) verb
ducked, ducking, ducks verb, transitive
1.To lower quickly, especially so as to avoid something.
2.To evade; dodge: duck responsibility;
ducked the reporter's question
Es lo primero que me vino a la mente con tu pregunta, tal vez te sirva.
Camara United States Local time: 02:45 Native speaker of: Spanish PRO pts in pair: 82