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Flee | fliː| verb (flees, fleeing; past and past participlefled |flɛd| ) [ no obj. ] run away from a place or situation of danger: to escape the fighting, his family fled from their village. • [ with obj. ] run away from (someone or something): he was forced to flee the country.ORIGIN Old English flēon, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch vlieden and German fliehen . Tremors: @IMDB @YouTube @RottenTomatoes Contact: @LonelyBob @iMorpheus Submit your suggestions