English - Vietnamese Dictionary
exit /'eksit/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- (sân khấu) sự đi vào (của diễn viên)
- sự ra, sự đi ra, sự đi khỏi
- nội động từ
- (nghĩa bóng) chết, lìa trần, biến mất
+an opening that permits escape or release
+euphemistic expressions for death
+the act of going out
+move out of or depart from
+lose the lead
+pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life
Advanced English Dictionary
1 way out, egress, door, gate; outlet, vent:
Everyone left by the emergency exit when the alarm rang. This is the exit for the smoke.
2 departure, leave-taking, withdrawal, leaving, retreat, retirement; flight, exodus, evacuation, escape:
Terribly embarrassed, they made their exit. The villain's exit from the stage was marked by catcalls.
3 go (out or away), (take one's) leave, depart, take or make one's departure, retire, (beat a) retreat, bid adieu, withdraw, run, (take a) walk, walk out (on), quit, escape, take to one's heels, show a clean pair of heels, vanish, disappear, Colloq take off, skedaddle, kiss goodbye, US cut out; Slang beat it, US and Canadian take it on the lam, lam (on) out of or from, take a (run-out) powder:
He exited from the party as soon as he could.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 a way out of a public building or vehicle: Where's the exit? + There is a fire exit on each floor of the building. + The emergency exit is at the back of the bus.
2 an act of leaving, especially of an actor from the stage: The heroine made her exit to great applause. + He made a quick exit to avoid meeting her. + an exit visa (= a stamp in a passport giving sb permission to leave a particular country) + an exit wound (= where a bullet that has entered sb's body comes out again)
3 a place where vehicles can leave a road to join another road: Leave the roundabout at the second exit. + Take the exit for Trento.
1 (formal) to go out; to leave a building, stage, vehicle, etc: [V] The bullet entered her back and exited through her chest. + We exited via a fire door. + [VN] As the actors exited the stage the lights went on.
2 to finish using a computer program: [V] To exit from this page, press the return key. + [VN] I exited the database and switched off the computer.
3 [V] (exit ...) used in the instructions printed in a play to say that an actor must leave the stage: Exit Macbeth
1 way out
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
to/towards the ~
They moved to the exits.
2 act of leaving
fast, hurried, quick, swift | dignified | early
her early exit from the tournament, in only the second round
VERB + EXIT
She turned on her heel and made what she hoped was a dignified exit.
EXIT + NOUN
a mass exit of members from the party
3 for traffic
motorway | northbound, southbound, etc.
VERB + EXIT
At the roundabout, take the exit for Swindon and Bristol.
| ~ from
Traffic lights control the exit from the M8 at Newbridge.
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