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departure

noun
 
 
/dɪˈpɑːtʃər/
[C or U] the act of leaving a company or a job: The current finance director will retire, but she has set no date for her departure.a sudden/surprise/unexpected departure The group made changes in accounting policies following the sudden departure of the executive chairman.
[C or U] the act of leaving a place, or a flight, train, etc. that is leaving a place at a particular time: He had arranged a meeting for the morning before his departure for Singapore. Check our website for the flight times for departures from Bristol airport.departure desk/gate/terminal He had arranged to pick up the tickets at the airport departure desk.
[S] a change in what is usually done or how something is usually done: The restaurant is a departure for Fabbio who has spent his career starting software companies. The rule did not represent any departure from current immigration laws
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