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Japanese translation of “exit”

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exit

noun
 
/ˈek·sɪt/
A2 a door, window, or other opening that allows you to leave a structure or a vehicle
出口
a fire exit a plane’s emergency exits
A2 a road that you use to leave another, larger road such as a motorway
(高速道路の)出口
Take the third exit and follow the signs to the park.
(Definition of exit noun from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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