transcription, транскрипция: [ egzɪt, eksɪt ]
( exits, exiting, exited)
The exit is the door through which you can leave a public building.
He picked up the case and walked towards the exit...
There’s a fire exit by the downstairs ladies room.
An exit on a motorway or highway is a place where traffic can leave it.
Take the A422 exit at Old Stratford.
N-COUNT : with supp
If you refer to someone’s exit , you are referring to the way that they left a room or building, or the fact that they left it. ( FORMAL )
I made a hasty exit and managed to open the gate.
N-COUNT : usu adj N
If you refer to someone’s exit , you are referring to the way that they left a situation or activity, or the fact that they left it. ( FORMAL )
...after England’s exit from the European Championship...
They suggested that she make a dignified exit in the interest of the party.
N-COUNT : oft N from n
If you exit from a room or building, you leave it. ( FORMAL )
She exits into the tropical storm...
As I exited the final display, I entered a hexagonal room...
She walked into the front door of a store and exited from the rear.
VERB : V , V n , V from n
If you exit a computer program or system, you stop running it. ( COMPUTING )
I can open other applications without having to exit WordPerfect.
VERB : V n
Exit is also a noun.
Press Exit to return to your document.