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exit

noun [C] (DOOR)
 
 
/ˈek.sɪt/ /ˈeɡ.zɪt/
the door through which you might leave a building or large vehicle, or the act of leaving especially a theatre stage
(建築物或大型交通工具的)出口,安全門;(尤指演員)退場
a fire exit (= a door you can escape through if there is a fire)
消防出口
an emergency exit
緊急出口
He saw Emma arrive and made a quick exit.
他見到艾瑪匆匆而來又匆匆離去。
She made her exit from the stage to rapturous applause.
在觀眾熱烈的掌聲中,她退場走下舞臺。
→  Compare entrance Doors and parts of doorsDeparting
(Definition of exit noun (DOOR) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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