exit

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Pronunciation[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
exit

Third-person singular
exits

Past tense
exited

Past participle
exited

Present participle
exiting

  1. If you exit you leave, you go to another place.
    Please wait until the lights are on to exit the theater.

Synonyms[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
exit

Plural
exits

  1. An exit is a way out of a room or building. This usually means a door that people are expected to leave through.
    Excuse me. Do you know where the exit is?
  2. An exit is a small road that takes you off a highway. This is often used for a way off the interstate roads in the United States.
    The store is just off exit 245.
  3. An exit it the act of leaving a place.
    He made a grand exit, bowing deeply before leaving the stage.