English version

talk your way out of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtalk your way out of somethingtalk your way out of somethinginformalESCAPE to escape from a bad or embarrassing situation by giving explanations, excuses etc She’s good at talking her way out of trouble. talk
Examples from the Corpus
talk your way out of somethingHow did Cindy talk her way out of getting a speeding ticket?Then, Benjamin tries to talk his way out of it by saying that he slowed down at the stop sign.He was explaining something to the police with no apparent concern, talking his way out of it.I could talk my way out of trouble.
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