Meaning of EXIT in English

n. 1 way out, egress, door, gate; outlet, vent Everyone left by the emergency exit when the alarm rang This is the exit for the smoke. 2 departure, leave-taking, withdrawal, leaving, retreat, retirement; flight, exodus, evacuation, escape Terribly embarrassed, they made their exit The villain's exit from the stage was marked by catcalls.

v. 3 go (out or away), (take one's) leave, depart, take or make one's departure, retire, (beat a) retreat, bid adieu, withdraw, run, (take a) walk, walk out (on), quit, escape, take to one's heels, show a clean pair of heels, vanish, disappear, Colloq take off, skedaddle, kiss goodbye, US cut out; Slang beat it, US and Canadian take it on the lam, lam (on) out of or from, take a (run-out) powder He exited from the party as soon as he could

Oxford thesaurus English vocab.      Английский словарь Оксфорд тезаурус.