Leave synonyms and antonyms

lēv

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(Informal) To urinate or defecate:
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To go away
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To set out; start
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The definition of consent is the permission given for something.
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(Intransitive) To abruptly insert the control rods of a nuclear reactor, usually in case of emergency shutdown.
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An extended period of leave, often one year long, taken by an employee in order to carry out projects not otherwise associated with the employee's job. During the sabbatical, the employer may pay some or all of the wages that would have been otherwise earned or some or all of the expenses incurred. University lecturers, for example, may be granted a one-year paid sabbatical once every seven years.
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To leave.
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To go away
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To allow to remain
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(Idiomatic) To maneuver a vehicle from the side of a road onto the lane.
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(Slang) To hurry.
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(Intransitive) To abandon or turn against; to cease or change one's loyalty, especially from a military organisation or political party.
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(Intransitive, of an aircraft or spacecraft) To leave the ground and begin flight; to ascend into the air.
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(Intransitive) To stop working, to switch off; (of a person on the telephone etc.) to be inaudible, be disconnected.
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To delay, postpone, put off, push back.
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(Intransitive, knitting) To finish the last row of knitted stitches and remove them securely from the needle.
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Allowance means a given advantage.
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To go away
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(--- Informal) To disregard on purpose. Usually used in the imperative:
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(Slang) To leave a place; depart
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To go away
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(Slang) To get rid of; discard:
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To charge or invest with a trust or duty
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To blow is to expel air in a more forceful manner or air movement.
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To become invisible or to move out of view unnoticed.
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(Intransitive) To flee or abandon.
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To go away
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To sign your name as an indication that you are leaving some location; to take some action to indicate you are leaving a secured program or web page on a computer.
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To withdraw (an item), as from a library, and have the withdrawal recorded.
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(Idiomatic, US, Canada, vulgar, colloquial) To masturbate, usually a man of himself.
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(Idiomatic, US, colloquial) To leave in a hurry; run away; scram; depart without taking leave or notifying anyone, often with a connotation of avoiding something unpleasant or shirking responsibility.
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To lose strength, become weaker; to wane
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To give up; renounce (a habit, idea, etc.)
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To give as a bequest; bequeath.
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(Informal, Dial.) To take legal action (against)
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(Idiomatic) To outdo; to progress faster than (someone or something else).
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To refuse to admit, consider, include, etc.; shut out; keep from entering, happening, or being; reject; bar
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To leave; depart
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To restrain oneself so as not (to do something):
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To forego is defined as to go before.
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The definition of forgo is to refrain from doing something or to do without something.
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To go away
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To devote or resign to a particular purpose or activity; to yield completely.
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Alternative form of entrust.
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Let is defined as to allow, to give the use of or leave someone or something.
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To go away
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To grant consent or leave to (someone); authorize:
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To abandon an activity out of frustration or despair; give up:
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To give up or abandon (control of something or a claim, for example).
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To go away
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To go away
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The part of the day during which one works:
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The act of prohibiting or the condition of being prohibited.
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A limiting rule or condition; a restriction:
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The definition of a restriction is a limitation.
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To proceed with (doing an activity); to prolong (an activity).
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To keep from departing or getting away:
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To get to be; become
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Polite or formal way to say want.
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To move or go quickly or hurriedly:
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(Idiomatic) To leave
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To give up an office or position; resign.
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To put an end to; stop; cease
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An expression of warm approval; praise.
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An expression of favorable acceptance and encouragement; a compliment that also condones.
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(Uncountable) Permission.
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Support from an important, renowned figure of a media (celebrity, politics, sports, etc.), to get back up.
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The definition of a license is an official permission to do something or a document, plate or tag showing proof of permission.
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A consideration, influence, or principle that dictates an ethical choice.
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OK is an approval.
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To come closer or draw nearer
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Something that has been produced or accomplished through the effort, activity, or agency of a person or thing:
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(Founding) The surface of the sand of one section of a mould where it meets that of another section.
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To stop bothering.
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(With with) To have a romantic relationship with someone.
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Impart is defined as to make known, or to give a portion of something.
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(Idiomatic, euphemistic) To die.
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To happen as a consequence:
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To direct the performance or activities of:
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To take into account when making plans.
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To furnish the means of support
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To place formally on record; submit:
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A period during which pupils and students do not attend their school or university.
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A temporary leave of absence granted to a prisoner under special circumstances, such as the need to attend the funeral of a family member, or for a special purpose, such as participation in a work program.
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(Euphemistic) To dismiss from employment.
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(Often with of) To depart.
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To progress in sequence; go forward:
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(Idiomatic, intransitive) to leave quickly
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In some states, to give a gift of any type of property by means of a will.
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Such a period
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To be divulged or made generally known; to emanate
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(Intransitive) To break away, to come loose.
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To go away
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(Intransitive) To go to bed; as, he usually retires early.
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To go away
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To make an office, position, place, etc. vacant
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To run away from; flee from; avoid
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(Idiomatic) To prepare to move one's usually temporary habitation, especially rapidly.
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(Intransitive, idiomatic, often followed by with) To interact or coexist well, without argument or trouble.
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(Idiomatic) To leave or depart, or to avoid or stay away.
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To go away
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(Idiomatic) To dare someone to not withdraw from a challenge.
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To forsake (someone or something that one ought not to leave); abandon
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To allow to remain
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To let (a letter etc.) fall into a postbox; to send (a letter or message). [from 18th c.]
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To give up, surrender, or yield (e.g. a weapon), usually by placing it on the ground.
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To fail or neglect (to do something):
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Will is the act of strongly desiring something to happen, trying to make something happen by hoping, or describing something you intend to happen in the future.
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(Archaic) To plan or scheme for; to plot to obtain.
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To deliver (the decision of a court, etc.)
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To submit (oneself) passively; accept as inevitable:
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To fail to care for or attend to something.
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Acts or expressions of due respect or courtesy, as in greeting
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A license or permit for absence from a college or a religious house (such as a monastery)
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An unauthorized, unnoticed, or unceremonious departure; act of leaving secretly or in haste
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An act of parting or leave-taking:
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The definition of leave-taking is the act of saying goodbye, or exiting or departing.
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Permission
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Retirement is defined as seclusion or privacy, or withdrawal from work due to age.
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A word or phrase of farewell used to end a letter or message.
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To go away
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To assert; declare:
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To place at some task or duty; appoint
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To put into a place to be disposed of or kept safe:
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To hand over; give up or deliver
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To bring or transport to the proper place or recipient; distribute:
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To go away
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To go away
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To endow is defined as to provide a quality, a talent, an asset or funding.
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To come from involuntarily or unintentionally
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To give up military occupation of; withdraw from
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(Nautical) To tack; put on the other tack.
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To provide for; support:
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To end a romantic/sexual relationship with.
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To exclude from inheritance; to disown.
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(Intransitive) To distance oneself (from)
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To go away
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To separate and go different ways, as branches of a river
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(Idiomatic) To end a relationship
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(Intransitive, dated) To run away from home (for any reason).
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(Intransitive) to leave suddenly, especially as a form of protest
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(Intransitive) To complete a shift or a day's work.
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To start moving; to depart.
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To become separated, literally or figuratively
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(Idiomatic) to bring out, use, or present
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(Intransitive) To depart; to leave.
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To travel somewhere, especially on holiday or vacation.
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(Idiomatic) To vacate one's place of residence.
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To go away
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To break or leave camp
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(Intransitive, reflexive) To flee, often secretly; to steal away, particularly to avoid arrest or prosecution. [From mid 16th century.]
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To run away or try to escape from
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To go away
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(Physics) To unpredictably change state for short periods of time.
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(Intransitive) To move slowly towards, usually in groups.
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To start, begin.
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To go away
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To go away
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To put aboard a train.
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To impart or convey to others by heredity.
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(Archaic) To reach; to come to.
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To affect adversely; to upset or annoy.
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To go as far as; attain
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To remain in a state or condition; stay:
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Permission is defined as giving consent or authority or allowing someone to do something.
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(North America) A holiday; a stretch of leisure time away from work or duty and devoted to rest or pleasure. [from 19th c.]
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To cease to exist:
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(Chess) To withdraw (a piece), as from a dangerous position
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To give up (something) completely or forever
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To offer in good faith; pledge:
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Of, or pertaining to, a valedictorian.
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A farewell, a goodbye; especially a fond farewell, or a lasting or permanent farewell.
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A formal farewell
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The act of departing or taking leave.
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A method of birth control which consists of removing the penis from the vagina before ejaculation.
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To go away
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(Mathematics) Used to assign a value to a symbol.
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The definition of an egress is the way out or act of going out.
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To yield; grant:
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(Intransitive) To leave a place quickly or briefly.
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To remove (money) from an account.
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(Law) In pleading, to come to a point in fact or law, on which the parties join issue.
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To emigrate is defined as to leave the country where you are from and move permanently to another.
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To suddenly penetrate, illumine, or fill the mind of
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To allow to remain
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The definition of a departure is a deviation, or the act of leaving or starting on a trip.
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A specific arrangement or system by which something is dispensed.
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To start an activity with the intention of finishing it.
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