go, go away, depart(verb)
move away from a place into another direction
"Go away before I start to cry"; "The train departs at noon"
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deviate, vary, diverge, depart(verb)
be at variance with; be out of line with
go, alter, quit, variegate, motley, sidetrack, divert, take leave, go away, start out, take off, vary, change, part, start, set off, digress, pull up stakes, straggle, set forth, leave, set out, deviate, diverge
depart, part, start, start out, set forth, set off, set out, take off(verb)
"The family took off for Florida"
cancel, take leave, start, initiate, offset, exposit, set about, go away, get, start out, explode, spark, get going, range, take time off, split up, lift off, incite, commence, expound, get down, take off, break up, bulge, detonate, lay out, divide, instigate, trigger off, activate, part, vary, array, pull up stakes, trigger, get off the ground, embark on, originate, split, pop out, trip, separate, bulge out, deduct, go, lead off, set off, actuate, diverge, sidetrack, digress, start up, pop, bug out, begin, spark off, touch off, startle, bring out, leave, jump, disunite, blow up, set forth, subtract, break, deviate, protrude, come out, straggle, stir up, take up, quit, set out
depart, take leave, quit(verb)
go away or leave
take leave, start, go away, start out, diverge, foreswear, resign, throw in, part, vary, stop, fall by the wayside, lay off, throw in the towel, give up, go, set off, leave office, sidetrack, digress, relinquish, take off, cease, chuck up the sponge, renounce, leave, discontinue, drop out, step down, set forth, drop by the wayside, deviate, pull up stakes, straggle, quit, set out
leave, depart, pull up stakes(verb)
remove oneself from an association with or participation in
"She wants to leave"; "The teenager left home"; "She left her position with the Red Cross"; "He left the Senate after two terms"; "after 20 years with the same company, she pulled up stakes"
take leave, start, go out, go away, impart, pass on, allow, lead, go forth, exit, result, leave alone, part, vary, pull up stakes, will, bequeath, leave behind, give, go, forget, set off, diverge, sidetrack, digress, get out, take off, allow for, leave, start out, provide, set forth, entrust, deviate, straggle, quit, set out
sidetrack, depart, digress, straggle(verb)
wander from a direct or straight course
go, quit, set forth, sidetrack, take off, take leave, go away, divagate, start out, sprawl, vary, digress, part, start, wander, stray, diverge, straggle, leave, set out, deviate, set off, pull up stakes
To leave; to set out on a journey.
To deviate (from).
His latest statements seemed to depart from party policy somewhat.
To go away from; to leave.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Die, to go out of life, become destitute of vital power and action, is figuratively applied to anything which has the appearance of life.
Where the dying night-lamp flickers.
TennysonLocksley Hall st. 40.
An echo, a strain of music, a tempest, a topic, an issue, dies. Expire (literally, to breathe out) is a softer word for die; it is used figuratively of things that cease to exist by reaching a natural limit; as, a lease expires; the time has expired. To perish (literally, in Latin, to go through, as in English we say, "the fire goes out") is oftenest used of death by privation or exposure; as, "I perish with hunger," Luke xv, 17; sometimes, of death by violence. Knowledge and fame, art and empires, may be said to perish; the word denotes utter destruction and decay.
To die of fever; by violence; rarely, with the sword, famine, etc. (Ezek. vii, 15); to die for one's country; to die at sea; in one's bed; in agony; die to the world.
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How to use depart in a sentence?
Consider pleasures as they depart, not as they come.
Equation (1.2-9) is a second order, nonlinear, vector, differential equation which has defied solution in its present form. It is here therefore we depart from the realities of nature to make some simplifying assumptions...
The couple are delighted to announce an opportunity for 1,200 people from across the United Kingdom to be invited into the grounds of Windsor Castle to share the experience of their special day, the attendees will view the arrival of the congregation and Members of the Royal Family, listen to a live broadcast of the Marriage Service and watch as the Bride and Groom depart St. George’s Chapel at the end of the ceremony. The newly married couple will then undertake a short carriage procession through part of Windsor High Street. The carriage will process through the grounds of Windsor Castle, departing via Castle Hill to proceed along part of the High Street before returning to the Castle via Cambridge Gate.
It's two and a half hours of pure experience from the time the helicopter lifts off to the time it returns, as you depart, you'll head towards Lake Las Vegas and Lake Mead. Then we do a giant 'S' turn over the Hoover Dam, so passengers on both sides of the helicopter have a perfect view.
You have sat too long for any good you have been doing. Depart, I say, and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!
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- адпраўля́цца, адпра́віццаBelarusian
- отклонявам се, напускам, заминавам, тръгвам, отивам си, умирамBulgarian
- departir, deixarCatalan, Valencian
- odejít, odcestovat, odjet, odletět, vyrazitCzech
- verlassen, abweichen, aufbrechenGerman
- eliri, foririEsperanto
- escapar, salir, partir, arrancar, morir, desviar, irseSpanish
- lähteä, kuolla, poiketaFinnish
- partir, mourir, quitter, dévierFrench
- fàg, falbhScottish Gaelic
- עזב, מת, חרג, נפרד, סטהHebrew
- deviare, morire, partire, andar via, allontanarsi, dipartireItalian
- 立ち去る, 発車, 出発Japanese
- کۆچ کردن, بهسهرچوون, کۆچی دوایی کردنKurdish
- abambulo, proficisci, digredior, abeo, decedo, discedo, exeo, abscedo, moriorLatin
- heengaan, verlaten, vertrekkenDutch
- partir, sair, desvioPortuguese
- сконча́ться, отклоня́ться, отклони́ться, отправля́ться, отпра́витьсяRussian
- avlida, avlägsna, dö, från, avresa, gå, resa, avvika, lämna, köra sin väg, skilja, avgåSwedish
- відпра́витися, відправля́тисяUkrainian
- đi, ra đi, rời khỏiVietnamese
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