Translation of let-off in Spanish:


escapada, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɛtɒf/



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    escapada feminine
    • The let-off allowed the Cappielow troops to re-group and hit back before the break.
    • This would not necessarily be a bad thing if the so-called alternatives to prison were effective, but most of the people to whom they are applied regard them as soft options at best, and complete let-offs at worst.
    • Aberdeen's new French striker received the daddy of all let-offs.
    • Suddenly Hearts were level and, despite a let-off when Ross wriggled clear of the defence to poke a weak shot wide, the last quarter of an hour was a spectacle from which the eyes could not be lifted.
    • It was also full of incident, with a collection of yellow cards, two straight reds, several scuffles and a couple of let-offs for rash tackles.
    • However, two let-offs quickly followed, first when a rare John McGreal mistake sent Will Hoskins clear only for Brian Jensen to make a smart save.
    • Those let-offs inspired the champions and a gap of ten points was established entering the final quarter.
    • Buoyed by the let-off, Swinford punished their opponents emphatically.
    • Sunderland took advantage of the let-off and went ahead in the 76th minute through Phillips.
    • Leos took advantage of the let-off to score a converted try from a midfield move.