English version

make good your escape

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake good your escapemake good your escapeliterary to succeed in escaping good
Examples from the Corpus
make good your escapeAngel One and his followers had made good their escape.By the time they had sorted out the confusion and given chase, the woman had made good her escape.He opened the door and prepared to make good his escape.Only the timely arrival of a window-cleaner enabled Branson to make good his escape.The next morning it was found that General Sedgwick had made good his escape and removed his bridges...Instead, she made good her escape, bolting the galley door so that he could not follow her.At all events the pursuit came to a sudden halt and Henry was able to make good his escape in peace.Salim makes good his escape on the steamer - bound, we take it, for his bride.
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