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English-German translation for: [exit]
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emergency {adj} [attr.] [e.g. exit, operation, landing]
Not- [z. B. Ausgang, Operation, Landung]
EU neol. Brexit [short for: British exit from the EU]
Brexit {m} [EU-Austritt Großbritanniens]
leaving [exit]
Hinausgehen {n}
econ. EU Grexit [portmanteau combining the words Greece and exit, referring to the possibility that Greece could leave the Eurozone]
Grexit {m} [Kunstwort aus Greece und exit; möglicher Austritt Griechenlands aus der Euro-Zone]
neol. pol. Gexit [Germany's exit from the euro zone]Dexit {m}
jobs offboardingOffboarding {n} [Exit-Management] [Austrittsprozess]
pol. Scoxit [coll.] [from Scotland and exit]Scoxit {m} [Loslösung Schottlands vom Vereinigten Königreich]
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dead-end {adj} [attr.] [having no exit]ohne Ausgang [nachgestellt]
to go out [exit]hinausgehen
to hop off sth. [coll.] [to exit a bus, streetcar, etc.]aus etw.Dat. aussteigen [Bus, Straßenbahn usw.]
meteo. delta region [exit region]Ausgangsgebiet {n}
entom. emergence hole [exit hole of an insect]Ausbohrloch {n} [Austrittsloch eines Insekts]
jobs final interview [more common: exit interview]Abschlussgespräch {n}
marker lights {pl} [e.g. exit ways]Markierungsbeleuchtung {f} [z. B. bei Fluchtwegen]
traffic works exit [Br.] [building site exit]Baustellenausfahrt {f}
3 Words
to give sb. an out [Am.] [coll.] [exit strategy]jdm. einen Ausweg geben / eröffnen
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quote Hell is other people. [J. P. Sartre, No Exit]Die Hölle, das sind die anderen.
to make a bolt for sth. [e.g. door, exit (in a rush to escape)]zu etw.Dat. stürmen / stürzen [um zu entkommen; z. B. zur Tür, zum Ausgang]
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