- 出口，出口处 ，通道
- [C]出口,通道,安全门 a way out of a public building or road
- [C]退出,退场 action of leaving; departure
- vi. 离开; 退场 go out; leave the stage
an opening that permits escape or release;
"he blocked the way out"
"the canyon had only one issue"
euphemistic expressions for death;
"thousands mourned his passing"
the act of going out
move out of or depart from;
"leave the room"
"the fugitive has left the country"
lose the lead
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"
- She made a dart for the exit.
- At the roundabout, take the third exit.
- I was eventually granted an exit visa.
- He made a quick exit to avoid meeting her.
- When he stands to exit, he turns and sees Michael for the first time.
- At the end of the third scene the actress exits.
- If I fail, I will exit the company.
- There are usually many taxis waiting at the exit of the theater.
- Leave the motorway at the next exit.
- His farewell speech marked his exit from politics.
- He makes his exit.
- She exited in a hurry.
- At the end of the second scene he exited.
- at the exit 在出口处
The man had just given admittance or exit to some one.出自： G. P. R. James
Arthur was leaving the room, and Martin Eden followed his exit with longing eyes.出自： J. London
So exit Clotilda, and enter Bertram.出自： transf.
He exits..into the bedroom, leaving the stage empty.出自： C. Hampton
The bullet had..exited just behind his right ear.出自： F. Smyth
- ☆ 16世纪30年代进入英语，直接源自古典拉丁语的exit，意为他（或她）出去了；最初源自该语的exitus，意为一次外出。