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Bitter because he was shown the exit door when he least expected it. The Sun (2017)We had a bag packed by the front door for sudden exits and my son was getting nervous. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The driver had been trying to exit the A4 motorway near Verona when the vehicle veered off the road and slammed into a bridge support. Times, Sunday Times (2017)I removed the doors so I can now see where each exit leads. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You again make your choice before exiting the building down a long spiralling tube. Times, Sunday Times (2015)So the case for exit is clear. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Time to exit life in the comfort zone. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Its exit could lead the company in a dramatic new direction. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The firm will also pay exit fees from previous suppliers. The Sun (2016)This will leave you a third heart exit card. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But beauty turns out to be the stumbling block on my way to the exit. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He stumbled into the open exit hole and fired a warning shot into the air. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Instinct tells me to vault up the steep incline to the starboard rear emergency exit. THE ZANZIBAR CHEST: A Memoir of Love and War (2003)The company has recently exited building and construction. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They certainly did not deserve to exit life in this way. The Sun (2010)His departure is expected to lead to the exit of more executives. Times, Sunday Times (2011)An exit interview also can determine why an employee is leaving. Christianity Today (2000)One of the most challenging parts of writing an essay is finding a graceful way to exit the stage. A Short Guide to Writing About Science (1995)Their exit will leave a hole. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Then the emergency exits were opened. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Of course then cars couldn't get through to enter and exit the motorway. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He approached the motorway exit to the airport but pretended he hadn't seen it. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You have to walk across from one rear exit to the other about 200 times. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I went from exit to exit asking to leave. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But City are in no rush to push him out of the exit door due to the number of defensive injuries they have had this season. The Sun (2014)But he said: 'I hardly played last year so the only door still open might be the exit door. The Sun (2013)And they inspire solemn thoughts about our place in the world and (in my case ) our exit from it. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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British English: exit /ˈɛɡzɪt; ˈɛksɪt/ NOUN
An exit is a doorway through which you can leave a public building.
He walked towards the exit.
- American English: exit
- Arabic: مَخْرَج
- Brazilian Portuguese: saída
- Chinese: 出口
- Croatian: izlaz
- Czech: východ dveře
- Danish: udgang
- Dutch: uitgang
- European Spanish: salida
- Finnish: uloskäynti
- French: sortie porte
- German: Ausgang
- Greek: έξοδος
- Italian: uscita
- Japanese: 出口
- Korean: 출구
- Norwegian: utgang
- Polish: wyjście
- European Portuguese: saída
- Romanian: ieșire
- Russian: выход
- Spanish: salida
- Swedish: utgång
- Thai: ทางออก
- Turkish: çıkış
- Ukrainian: вихід
- Vietnamese: cửa ra
British English: exit VERB
If you exit from a room or building, you leave it.
She exits into the tropical storm.
She exited the shop.
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