egress definition

  • noun:
    • The work of coming or venturing out; emergence.
    • the ability to leave or go out: rejected the refugees egress.
    • A path or opening for venturing out; an exit.
    • Astronomy The emergence of a celestial body from eclipse or occultation.
    • An exit or way-out
    • The process of leaving or making.
    • The end of the evident transit of a tiny astronomical human anatomy on the disk of a bigger one.
    • The work of going out or leaving, and/or capacity to leave; departure.
    • The passing faraway from the sun's rays's disk of an inferior planet, in a transit.
    • The work of getting or providing out; a going or fainting; deviation, specially from an inclosed or confined place.
    • Provision for fainting; a way or host to exit.
    • In astronomy, the passing of a star, world, or satellite (except the moon) out from behind or prior to the disk associated with sunshine, the moon, or a planet.
    • the getting noticeable
    • (astronomy) the reappearance of a celestial human anatomy after an eclipse
    • the work of coming (or going) away; becoming apparent
    • The act of coming or going out; introduction.
    • the ability to keep or venture out: rejected the refugees egress.
    • A path or orifice for heading out; an exit.
    • Astronomy The emergence of a celestial body from eclipse or occultation.
    • An exit or way to avoid it
    • The process of leaving or leaving.
    • the termination of the obvious transportation of a small astronomical body across disk of a bigger one.
    • The work of going on or leaving, or even the power to leave; departure.
    • The moving faraway from the sun's rays's disk of a substandard planet, in a transit.
    • The work of getting or providing out; a going or passing out; deviation, specially from an inclosed or restricted location.
    • Provision for passing out; an easy method or place of exit.
    • In astronomy, the passing of a star, planet, or satellite (except the moon) out of behind or prior to the disk for the sunlight, the moon, or a planet.
    • the becoming visible
    • (astronomy) the reappearance of a celestial human anatomy after an eclipse
    • the act of coming (or going) away; becoming evident
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To go out; emerge.
    • To go out; to leave; to go out of.
    • To go out; emerge.
    • going out; to depart; to go out of.
  • verb:
    • To leave or keep; to go or turn out.
    • leave
    • To exit or keep; to go or come-out.
    • emerge from
  • others:
    • going out; leave; leave.
    • going away; depart; keep.

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