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evite

[ ih-vahyt ]
/ ɪˈvaɪt /
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verb (used with object), e·vit·ed, e·vit·ing.Archaic.
to avoid; shun.
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Origin of evite

1495–1505; <Latin ēvītāre, equivalent to ē-e-1 + vītāre to avoid
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British Dictionary definitions for evite

evite
/ (ɪˈvaɪt) /

verb
an archaic word for avoid
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