Avoid is a verb - to keep away from.
-verb (used with object)1.to keep away from; keep clear of; shun: to avoid a person;to avoid taxes; to avoid danger.2.to prevent from happening: to avoid falling.3.Law . to make void or of no effect; invalidate.4.Obsolete . to empty; eject or expel.
no evasive would be an adjective. Avoid is a verb
No, it's a verb.
Avoid is not any type of adverb because it's a verb.
Avoid is the word you seek !
The abstract noun forms of the verb to avoid are avoidance and the gerund, avoiding.
The noun forms for the verb to avoid are avoider, avoidance, and the gerund, avoiding.
The noun for the verb to avoid is avoidance. The word avoiding can also be a noun (gerund), and is probably used more.
The word 'summertime' is the object of the preposition 'in'. The gerund, hiking is the object of the verb 'avoid'.
It can be. Shy is usually an adjective describing someone who is timid or introverted. But "to shy away from" means "to avoid," and in that sense, yes, it can be a verb.
The closest adverb form is avoidably, from the derivative adjective avoidable.The verb avoid has the past participle adjective avoidedbut this does not have an adverb form.