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exits, plural;
  1. Go out of or leave a place
    • - they exited from the aircraft
    • - the bullet entered her back and exited through her chest
    • - elephants enter and exit the forest on narrow paths
  2. (of an actor) Leave the stage

  3. Used as a stage direction in a printed play to indicate that a character leaves the stage
    • - exit Pamela
  4. Leave a particular situation
    • - organizations which do not have freedom to exit from unprofitable markets
  5. Terminate a process or program, usually returning to an earlier or more general level of interaction
    • - this key enables you to temporarily exit from a LIFESPAN option
  6. Relinquish the lead

  1. A way out, esp. of a public building, room, or passenger vehicle
    • - she slipped out by the rear exit
    • - a fire exit
  2. A ramp where traffic can leave a highway, major road, or traffic circle
    • - he pulled off at an exit and stopped his Mercedes-Benz
  3. An act of going out of or leaving a place
    • - he made a hasty exit from the room
  4. A departure of an actor from the stage
    • - the brief soliloquy following Clarence's exit
  5. A departure from a particular situation
    • - Australia's early exit from the World Cup

  1. an opening that permits escape or release; "he blocked the way out"; "the canyon had only one issue"
  2. move out of or depart from; "leave the room"; "the fugitive has left the country"
  3. lose the lead
  4. passing: euphemistic expressions for death; "thousands mourned his passing"
  5. die: pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life; "She died from cancer"; "The children perished in the fire"; "The patient went peacefully"; "The old guy kicked the bucket at the age of 102"
  6. the act of going out
  7. .onion is a pseudo-top-level domain host suffix (similar in concept to such endings as .bitnet and .uucp used in earlier times) designating an anonymous hidden service reachable via the Tor network. Such addresses are not actual DNS names, and the . ...
  8. Exit is the fourteenth studio album by Italian singer-songwriter Alice, released in 1998 on WEA/Warner Music.
  9. Exit International, is a pro-euthanasia group founded by Dr Philip Nitschke. It was previously known as the Voluntary Euthanasia Research Foundation (VERF Inc.). Other assisted dying organisations are Dignitas and Final EXIT.
  10. Exit is a French graphic novel about suicide, written by Bernard Werber, drawn by Alain Mounier and published by Albin Michel.
  11. exit is a command used in many operating system command line shells and scripting languages. The command causes the shell or program to terminate. ...
  12. Exit, in economics, means opting out of future transactions. A firm can secure its ability to exit, for instance, by only agreeing to contracts that containing a clause that allows for termination on terms it feels would be acceptable. ...
  13. A way out; A passage or gate from inside someplace to the outside, outgang; The action of leaving; To go out; To leave
  14. (exiting) The action of the verb to exit; Common misspelling of exciting; Common misspelling of exciting
  15. (Exiting) Definitions of Exit Categories:
  16. (Exiting) Refers to the direction in which the dog will come out of the weave poles—even number of poles, the dog comes out to the left; odd number, to the right.
  17. (Exiting) changing an ELL’s status from FEP Monitored Year 2 to FEP Exited
  18. a stage direction which specifies which person goes off stage
  19. The point at which a trader closes out of a trade.
  20. An end point in a Maze when that point is on a boundary wall.
  21. Private equity professionals have their eye on the exit from the moment they first see a business plan. An exit is the means by which a fund is able to realise its investment in a company - by an initial public offering, a trade sale, selling to another private equity firm or a company buy-back. ...
  22. "He/she leaves" — used e.g. in theatrical stage directions.
  23. Pre-choreographed segment of a performance, where competitors leave the floor. Acknowledging your partner, the judges, or the audience is not considered an exit.
  24. In the case of a long position, the sale of the long currency. In a short position, the purchase of the short currency, resulting in a closed position.
  25. The percentage of users who exit from a page.