Depart

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Definition

to depart (or 'to part'): to leave, to go, to withdraw, to exit
verb
The train has already departed. I'm afraid it left about 5 minutes ago.

the departure: the leaving, the going, the exit, the retirement, the withdrawal
noun

Examples

  • "Departure: 5th October 2006 12:45 PM"
  • "Loudspeaker : This is the last call for all passengers traveling on Greendog Lines Bus number 368A, the 10AM departure for San Francisco."
  • "Departure: October 5, 2010 12:45 PM"
  • "Departure: 1st October 2006 09:45 AM"
  • "- You must check out by 8AM on your day of departure."
  • "Since our departure from San Francisco, we have traveled through four time zones, suffered one flat tire, lost six passengers and gained eight other passengers."
  • "Departure: October 1, 2010 9:45 AM"
  • "Any unattended luggage in the departure lounge will be removed by the security services and sold on Free-bay."
  • "Let's get started, Bruno has parted."

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