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exit noun

1 way out

ADJ. front, rear, side | emergency, fire | the nearest She headed for the nearest exit.

VERB + EXIT head for, make for | bar, block Do not leave bags lying around which could block the emergency exits.

EXIT + NOUN door, gate, route

PREP. to/towards the ~ They moved to the exits.

2 act of leaving

ADJ. fast, hurried, quick, swift | dignified | early her early exit from the tournament, in only the second round | mass

VERB + EXIT make She turned on her heel and made what she hoped was a dignified exit.

EXIT + NOUN visa

PREP. ~ from a mass exit of members from the party

3 for traffic

ADJ. motorway | northbound, southbound, etc.

VERB + EXIT take

PREP. ~ for At the roundabout, take the exit for Swindon and Bristol. | ~ from Traffic lights control the exit from the M8 at Newbridge.