Meaning of DEPARTURE in English

DEPARTURE

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a radical departure (= something very different )

The design of the building is a radical departure from tradition.

departure lounge

departure lounge

the departure lounge

departures board

the date of publication/issue/departure etc formal

The insurance will only cover costs incurred on or after the date of departure.

the departure date (= the date when someone leaves )

My departure date was only a few days away.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

abrupt

His abrupt departure left her close to collapse.

In view of the Duchess of York's abrupt departure from the royal family in March this year it was a prudent decision.

David filled her dreams; the ecstasy of their lovemaking, and the pain and bewilderment of his abrupt departure .

He also meets a leader who, after Mr Mandela's abrupt departure , can't help returning to the basic question.

Chapter 31 Nora's abrupt departure had, at first, the desired effect upon John.

early

Day 3 Early departure for the long run south to Datcha.

At least one of the ships in Oakland seemed to be preparing for a possible early departure .

This early departure , she thinks, explains the lack of attachment she has for home, for her Welshness.

This was her earliest departure from a tournament this year.

The human and political fallout from the earlier mass departure left Clinton in a no-win situation.

I walked down the first fairway in a relaxed and peaceful mood, despite my early departure from my bed.

Day 18 Delhi-London Transfer to the airport for your early morning departure to London Heathrow.

imminent

They made love as though tomorrow was fast approaching, and with it imminent departure .

His imminent departure was discovered and he was ignominiously sacked.

The Chelonians, inspired by the signs of the F61's imminent departure , were struggling furiously to free themselves.

major

A major departure from his original vision was the rejection of a seven year course - but other concepts were accepted.

new

Not surprisingly, the indefatigable Paul-Henri Spaak was in the forefront of these arguments for new departures .

The new departure was in part due to the constitutional evolution of federalism achieved during the New Deal.

How far were such opportunities a new departure ?

It is paradoxical that so old an image should be seen to represent such a new and radical departure .

The involvement of the Archive in a venture of this kind has represented a new departure in the dissemination of its holdings.

None of this marks a new departure .

It also marks a new departure .

Nor is this an entirely new departure for Morrison.

radical

But in fact the notional/functional approach has generally been represented as a radical departure , a complete break with the past.

In a radical departure from Gov.

It was a radical departure from the past, an interlude of democracy in an otherwise unbroken line of authoritarian rule.

It is paradoxical that so old an image should be seen to represent such a new and radical departure .

This would be a radical departure from the subsidy system that has dominated the agricultural economy for more than 50 years.

significant

Are there any significant departures from the use of the simple past tense?

However, there are a number of significant departures from the earlier document.

By estimating the expected number of each chromosome and comparing it with the observed number, any significant departures can be recorded.

A most significant departure for some one so senior to involve himself personally.

Nevertheless, this was not the simple procedure by which the most significant departure from union was effected.

sudden

Because of the colonel's sudden and unexplained departure from the regiment, fact was augmented by fiction.

There was no official explanation for Mr Lane's sudden departure , which was announced in a terse two-line statement.

Mr Kabila's sudden departure leaves huge uncertainty.

She left, and it took her partner a year to build the forward momentum she had disrupted by her sudden departure .

My dear Adam, Over the years, you will have heard many explanations for my sudden departure from the regiment.

Julie Worden and Charlton Boyd meet in a skittish duet, marked by sudden departures , near misses and unexpected evasive leaps.

After Jenny's sudden departure , Eloise had felt betrayed, abandoned and completely lonely.

Eastman Kodak's shares plunged 10% following the sudden departure of its new chief financial officer.

■ NOUN

date

Long delays in obtaining passports and visas often occur; be sure to apply well in advance of the anticipated departure date .

The departure date is May 19.

For example, a Heathrow to Seville Moneysaver return costs from £97 to £209 per person, depending on departure date .

Early departure A guest who checks out before his/her scheduled departure date .

You should contact your Travel Agent for further information nearer your departure date .

As factors affecting this requirement are sometimes not known until departure date , we can not always notify you in advance.

So far 52 have left the Company with firm departure dates set for a further 62.

The departure date was fixed for 4 August, an ideal time to travel because of school holidays and our diaries.

lounge

Moments before boarding I caught a glimpse of a television set in the departure lounge .

point

Just check the code for your selected departure point against the panel below to find the departure and return Time Band applicable.

Travel from your chosen departure point at a time that suits you.

You can choose your departure point from our massive range of flights and airports on page 10-13 of the main brochure.

A number of independent coach companies offer a range of departure points and times throughout the London area.

Commercial and cargo flights would be allowed as long as they were inspected at their departure points .

Our reservations staff will be pleased to quote alternative departure times, departure points and routes on request.

points

A number of independent coach companies offer a range of departure points and times throughout the London area.

Commercial and cargo flights would be allowed as long as they were inspected at their departure points .

Our reservations staff will be pleased to quote alternative departure times, departure points and routes on request.

time

Carol, I want you to write down some departure times .

To learn the departure time of a train, one had to pay 10 kopecks and consult a public information booth.

Their departure time , though, varies throughout the summer.

However, on a bad day chaos reigns, and nobody can predict a likely departure time .

But what was different about this flight was that the departure time was 8: 30&038;.

Should anyone arrive less than 45 minutes before the ticketed departure time admission to the flight is likely to be refused.

■ VERB

announce

When a Hmong dies, his fellow clansmen beat out a dirge on ceremonial drums, announcing his departure for the afterworld.

delay

In the first place he had been in to his office and delayed their departure until after lunch.

The other night, I delayed my departure by 15 minutes.

In the case of a major delay on your homeward journey, we shall endeavour to delay your departure from your hotel.

It will only delay my departure and do no good.

Sam, without any hesitation had agreed knowing that to wait for the first available fireman would delay his train's departure .

I got sick, as I so often had at times of unbearable tension, which delayed our departure for a month.

It would mean delaying her own departure , when she wanted the break to be swift and clean.

Telling him would mean more questions and delay her departure .

follow

In the four months following the emperor's departure , Charles's military moves are unknown.

The Spurs chief is determined to beef up his midfield following the departures of Stewart and Paul Gascoigne.

But arrivals follow departures and the new appears very promising - even if you have to wait a little time for it.

Richard Tonks and John Brockbank are now the only directors at Feethams following his departure .

Eastman Kodak's shares plunged 10% following the sudden departure of its new chief financial officer.

In the silence that followed their departure the muffled movements of the other occupants of the house became surprisingly audible.

Forget talk about possible moves to Tottenham, following Terry Venables' departure .

lead

If he regretted the outbursts which had led to Jonna's departure , Jonadab showed no sign.

This has led to a departure from the generally accepted principle of state funding for educational projects.

mark

This marks a departure for LaudaAir.

Julie Worden and Charlton Boyd meet in a skittish duet, marked by sudden departures , near misses and unexpected evasive leaps.

It also marks a new departure .

None of this marks a new departure .

She listened for the siren that marked their departure , the roar of the engines that meant their journey had truly begun.

This humanistic attention to the subjective interpretation by prisoners of their situation marks a distinct departure from the orthodox account.

represent

This represents a fundamental departure from the traditional understanding of what democracy is, or was.

In fact, it represents a real departure for the studio.

The involvement of the Archive in a venture of this kind has represented a new departure in the dissemination of its holdings.

But in fact the notional/functional approach has generally been represented as a radical departure , a complete break with the past.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

point of departure

In each case the point of departure is a surface-syntax input.

Irigaray has offered some clues, but she takes the extreme of the feminine position as her point of departure.

Still, the police continued their efforts independently, distributing her picture to all points of departure from the country.

The answer: only a point of departure.

The boat would then sail in a circle, dragging the net, until it returned to the point of departure.

The problem is an acute one in the case of Britain, given the absence of any clear point of departure.

The themes themselves dictate what is studied; they provide points of departure for the curriculum.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

There are several departures for Minneapolis every day.

You should be at the airport an hour before departure .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Any departure from the standard must be justified by the individual circumstances.

One of the key things for the male is to time his departure from the first female correctly.

The departure of Richard Wilcock and his staff was equally regrettable.

The rate of departure was probably even more brutal among those at home with a remote control in their hands.

The upshot of it was: his due pension, and his departure to live with a faraway niece.

With the departure of Reich, the president loses an important voice.

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