Translation of exit in Spanish:
- 1 (way out — from building, aircraft, motorway) salida (feminine) the rear exit la salida de atrásExample sentences
- They will tower over drivers from either side of slip road exits and entrances at junction three for the 12-month trial period.
- She called for better traffic light filter systems, widened access roads and more exits from the car parks.
- It will also tell you when your freeway exit is coming, and if you're not familiar with the area, it will even tell you what side of the road the exit is on.
- 2 countable/numerable (departure — from stage) salida (feminine), mutis (masculine); (— from room, building) salida (feminine) to make one's exit salir*, irse*, retirarse there was no means of exit no había por donde salir (before noun/delante del nombre) [visa/permit] de salida exit point salida (feminine) exit sign señal (feminine) de salidaExample sentences
- The parents declined to comment as they entered the building yesterday morning and left through a rear exit.
- He left the courtroom through a rear exit to avoid a journalist.
- Reduced to half its original height, the industrial chimney serves as structural support for the roof and emergency exit footbridge.
- During the spring migration in the western Bering Strait, at the exit from the Gulf of Anadyr, whales moved over a broad front from near shore out to sea.
- I turned the engine on and made a swift exit from the people's place, after all, if the owner had come out front, there may well have been a query as to what I was doing in the driveway.
- It was close on 4 a.m. when we hit the road for the west, availing of the quiet streets of Dublin to make an easy exit from the city.
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