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exit

noun /ˈeɡzit/
a way out of a building etc
der Ausgang
the emergency exit.
an actor’s departure from the stage
der Abgang
Macbeth’s exit.
an act of going out or departing
der Abgang
She made a noisy exit.
(Definition of exit from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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