Definition of exit strategy in English:

exit strategy

Syllabification: ex·it strat·e·gy

noun

A preplanned means of extricating oneself from a situation that is likely to become difficult or unpleasant: it is vital that all investors have some sort of exit strategy
More example sentences
  • Howard initiated the Tampa standoff without a clear exit strategy.
  • You can expect the smarter Democratic strategists to start implementing the exit strategy from the Guantanamo quagmire.
  • What is now needed to save face is an exit strategy.

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