exit

exit
I UK [ˈeksɪt] / US noun [countable]
Word forms "exit":
singular exit plural exits
*
1) a door that leads out of a public place such as a room or building

I was wandering round Belgrade Airport looking for the exit.

emergency/fire exit (= a door allowing people to leave a building or vehicle quickly when there is danger):

Passengers should leave the plane by the nearest emergency exit.

2) a small road that allows you to drive off a motorway

Take the next exit going north.

3) the act of leaving a place

She stepped in front of me and blocked my exit.

make an exit:

They made a hasty exit through the back door.

4) formal an occasion when someone stops being involved in a situation or activity, or is no longer in a particular position

His opponent's inspired performance condemned the champion to an early exit.

exit from:

the massive election defeat that led to his exit from the political scene


II UK [ˈeksɪt] / US verb
Word forms "exit":
present tense I/you/we/they exit he/she/it exits present participle exiting past tense exited past participle exited
1)
a) [intransitive/transitive] formal to leave an area, for example a room, building, or aircraft

Exit the building to your left, please.

exit from:

Passengers are requested to exit from the aircraft through the emergency doors.

b) [intransitive] theatre used as a written instruction that tells an actor to leave the stage at a particular time in a play

Exit stage left.

2) [intransitive/transitive] to end a computer program that you are using

Type "X" to exit the program.


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