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depart

verb [I] uk   /dɪˈpɑːt/ us    /-ˈpɑːrt/ formal
B1 to go away or leave, especially on a journey: The plane departs at 6 a.m. The bus for Dallas departs from the Greyhound-Trailways Terminal.
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in Korean 떠나다…
in Arabic يُغادِر…
in French partir, s’écarter de…
in Turkish bir yerden ayrılmak, kalkmak, hareket etmek…
in Italian partire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 出發,動身,啟程…
in Russian отбывать, уезжать…
in Polish odjeżdżać, wyjeżdżać…
in Spanish partir, salir, apartarse…
in Portuguese sair…
in German abgehen, ab-/wegfahren, abkommen von…
in Catalan sortir…
in Japanese 出発する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 出发,动身,启程…
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