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    Default To duck the issue

    What is the meaning of:
    "ducks the issue" in
    "Higgins ducks the issue of Eliza's future and takes the credit for her transformation for himself:"I said I'd make a woman of you; and I have."

    Thank you,

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    Default Re: To duck the issue

    Quote Originally Posted by Diandre View Post
    What is the meaning of:
    "ducks the issue" in
    "Higgins ducks the issue of Eliza's future and takes the credit for her transformation for himself:"I said I'd make a woman of you; and I have."

    Thank you,
    In this context it means "avoids facing".

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