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depart

de·part

depart

 
pronunciation:
dih part
parts of speech:
intransitive verb, transitive verb
part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: departed, departing, departs
definition 1: to leave; go away.
The flight departs from gate twelve.They arrived on Friday and departed on the following Thursday.
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synonyms:
exit, go, leave
antonyms:
abide, arrive, remain, return
similar words:
quit, remove, retire, shove off, strike, vacate, vanish
definition 2: to vary or diverge (usu. fol. by from).
His behavior departs from the norm.The author departed from her usual style in this latest novel.Let's depart from this subject now and take it up later.
synonyms:
differ, diverge, vary
antonyms:
abide
similar words:
branch, deviate, divert
definition 3: to pass away; die.
synonyms:
die, expire, pass
similar words:
decease, demise
 
part of speech: transitive verb
definition: to move or go away from.
They departed Los Angeles shortly after three o'clock.
synonyms:
exit, leave, quit