Meaning of EXIT in English

see: issue Date: 1538 — used as a stage direction to specify who goes off stage II. noun Etymology: Latin ~us, from exire Date: 1588 a departure from a stage, 2. the act of going out or away , death , a way out of an enclosed place or space, one of the designated points of departure from an expressway, ~less adjective III. verb Date: 1607 intransitive verb to go out or away ; depart , die , transitive verb leave 3a, to cause (a computer program or routine) to cease running

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