Answer: inochigake de (命がけで)
to have a narrow escape
A barely successful flight from or avoidance of danger or trouble as in He had a narrow escape since the bullet came within inches of his head. This expression uses narrow in the sense of "barely sufficient." [Late 1500s] For a newer synonym see close call.
a narrow eˈscape/ˈsqueak a situation where somebody only just avoids injury danger or failure: We had a narrow escape on the way here. The wind blew a tree down just in front of us. We could have been killed.
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noun. 1. (from prison) évasion f ⧫ fuite f. 2. (from danger) to have a narrow escape s'en tirer de justesse. to have a lucky escape l'échapper belle. 3. (from unhappiness) For me television is an escape. La télévision me permet de m'évader. an escape from une façon d'échapper à.
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