Significado de “exit” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "exit" - Diccionario Inglés

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exitnoun [ C ]

uk /ˈek.sɪt/ /ˈeɡ.zɪt/ us /ˈek.sɪt/ /ˈeɡ.zɪt/

exit noun [ C ] (DOOR)

A2 the door through which you might leave a building or large vehicle, or the act of leaving something, especially a theatre stage:

a fire exit (= a door you can escape through if there is a fire)
an emergency exit
He saw Emma arrive and made a quick exit.
She made her exit from the stage to rapturous applause.
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exit noun [ C ] (ROAD)

A2 a smaller road used to leave a main road:

Come off the motorway at the Duxford exit.

exitverb [ I or T ]

uk /ˈek.sɪt/ /ˈeɡ.zɪt/ us /ˈek.sɪt/ /ˈeɡ.zɪt/

(Definition of “exit” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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exitnoun [ C ]

us /ˈek·sɪt, ˈeɡ·zɪt/

the door through which you might leave a room, building, or large vehicle, or a place on a main road where a vehicle can leave it by taking a smaller road:

In case of fire, use the emergency exit next to the elevator.
Stay on the freeway until you get to the Ventura exit.

An exit is also the act of leaving a place, esp. a public place such as the stage of a theater:

She made her exit to rapturous applause.

exitverb [ I/T ]

us /ˈek·sɪt, ˈeɡ·zɪt/

to leave a room, building, or large vehicle, or to leave a main road:

[ I/T ] Please exit (the theater) by the side doors.

If you exit a computer or computer program, you stop using it.

(Definition of “exit” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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exitverb [ I or T ]

uk /ˈeksɪt/ us

to stop working for a company or doing a particular business activity:

Departing executives usually exit the company almost immediately.
Four cruise ships are being sold off as the company plans to exit its cruise-line operations.
exit from sth We are exiting from retail to focus on distribution.

FINANCE to stop investing in something:

Owners of the stock, which closed at 205p yesterday, should not exit now.
exit from sth Nervous investors exited from property shares.

IT to stop using a computer program:

Remember to save your work before you exit.
exit the program/site/game

exitnoun [ C ]

uk /ˈeksɪt/ us

the act of stopping working for a company or doing a particular business activity:

sb's exit from sth He spoke honestly about the company's exit from television.
an exit strategy/route Make sure you have an exit strategy in case the job doesn't work out.

FINANCE a way of stopping investing in something:

It acquired its shares at 90p and is known to be looking for an exit.

the act of ending an agreement, for example a contract or a loan:

an exit from sth They successfully negotiated an exit from the contract.
an exit charge/penalty/fee

(Definition of “exit” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)