Definition of 'depart'
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Here, Glasgow showed exactly the kind of attacking maturity their departing coach has spent five years honing. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The lobster had departed this life some days ago. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There are two essentials when departing the top job. Times, Sunday Times (2006)In towns, walk or book a coach tour departing from main hotels. Collins Traveller-Tuscany and Florence (1993)But when the curtain went down yesterday, their departing coach sung their praises and overlooked their weaknesses. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The game came at the end of a very strange week in which two people who appeared to be doing wonderful jobs departed from them. Times, Sunday Times (2015)On Europe and the eurozone, the coalition agreement does not depart radically from the policies that emerged during the financial meltdown. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'depart'
British English: depart /dɪˈpɑːt/ VERB
To depart from a place means to leave it and start a journey to another place.
Our flight departs at midday.
- American English: depart
- Arabic: يَرْحَلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: partir ir-se embora
- Chinese: 出发
- Croatian: odlaziti
- Czech: odjet
- Danish: afrejse
- Dutch: vertrekken
- European Spanish: partir
- Finnish: lähteä
- French: partir
- German: abreisen
- Greek: αναχωρώ
- Italian: partire
- Japanese: 出発する
- Korean: 출발하다
- Norwegian: reise
- Polish: odejść
- European Portuguese: partir
- Romanian: a pleca
- Russian: отправляться
- Spanish: partir irse
- Swedish: avgå resa
- Thai: ออกเดินทาง
- Turkish: ayrılmak
- Ukrainian: від'їжджати
- Vietnamese: khởi hành
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