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Meaning of “exit” - Learner’s Dictionary

exit

noun [C]     /ˈeksɪt/
DOOR
A2 the door or gate that you use to leave a public building or place: a fire exit an emergency exit Doors and parts of doors
LEAVING
the act of leaving a place: Sue made a quick exit when she saw Mick come in.Arrivals and departures
ROAD
A2 a road that you use to leave a motorway (= wide, fast road) or roundabout (= place where three or more main roads meet): Take the third exit at the next roundabout.Routes and roads in generalRoad junctions
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