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depart

verb /diˈpaːt/
to go away
partir, salir
The tour departed from the station at 9 a.m.
(with from) to cease to follow (a course of action)
apartarse, alejarse de
We departed from our original plan.
departure /-tʃə/ noun an act of departing
partida, marcha, salida
The departure of the train was delayed.
Translations of “depart”
in Korean 떠나다…
in Arabic يُغادِر…
in French partir, s’écarter de…
in Italian partire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 出發,動身,啟程…
in Russian отбывать, уезжать…
in Turkish bir yerden ayrılmak, kalkmak, hareket etmek…
in Polish odjeżdżać, wyjeżdżać…
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…
(Definition of depart from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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