Translation of "exit" - English-Spanish dictionary

exit

noun uk /ˈek·sɪt/

A2 a door, window, or other opening that allows you to leave a structure or a vehicle

salida
a fire exit
a plane’s emergency exits

A2 a road that you use to leave another, larger road such as a motorway

salida
Take the third exit and follow the signs to the park.
verb uk /ˈek·sɪt/

B1 to stop using a program on a computer

salir de
Press ‘escape’ to exit the game.

to leave a place

salir (de)
Please exit by the side doors.

(Translation of “exit” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

exit

noun /ˈeɡzit/

a way out of a building etc

salida
the emergency exit.

an actor’s departure from the stage

salida
Macbeth’s exit.

an act of going out or departing

salida
She made a noisy exit.
exit poll noun

the activity of asking people leaving a polling station how they have voted in order to predict the result of an election.

sondeo a pie de urna, encuesta de salida

(Translation of “exit” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)