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1exit/ˈɛgzət, ˈɛksət/noun
pluralexits
1exit
/ˈɛgzət, ˈɛksət/
noun
pluralexits
Learner's definition of EXIT  
[count]
: something (such as a door) that is used as a way to go out of a place
◊ In U.S. English a door or passage that leads outside or to an exit door is marked Exit, while in British English it is often marked Way Out.
— sometimes used figuratively
— compare 1entrance 2
: the act of going out or away from something
   b : the act of leaving a situation, competition, etc.
: a special road by which vehicles leave a highway
2exit/ˈɛgzət, ˈɛksət/verb
exitsexitedexiting
2exit
/ˈɛgzət, ˈɛksət/
verb
exitsexitedexiting
Learner's definition of EXIT  
: to go out of a place or situation: to make an exit
[no object]
[+ object]
— opposite enter
[+ object] : to cause (a computer program) to stop when you have finished using it
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