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depart withTo resign; to part with.Rate it:

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go out with a bangTo depart from a place or situation in a grand or dramatic fashion.Rate it:

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make like a tree and leaveto leave, departRate it:

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go offTo depart; to leave.Rate it:

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run offTo flee or depart quickly.Rate it:

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set saildepartRate it:

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take offTo depart.Rate it:

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call awayTo summon; to cause to depart.Rate it:

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à l’abordageLocution utilisée par le capitaine pour donner le départ d’un abordage à son équipage.Rate it:

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à vos marquesDébut de la locution à vos marques, prêts, partez : indique aux coureurs d’une course d’athlétisme de rejoindre leur bloc de départ.Rate it:

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à vos marques, prêts, partezPrononcé en trois temps, indique aux coureurs d’une course d’athlétisme dans un premier temps de rejoindre leur bloc de départ, puis de s’y positionner de manière à pouvoir s’élancer à tout moment, et enfin de s’élancer.Rate it:

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all aboardA cry to passengers to board a train or boat that is soon to depart.Rate it:

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bon débarrasExprime le soulagement ressenti au départ d’un importun.Rate it:

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break the moldTo depart from a traditional pattern; to defy convention.Rate it:

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bust a moveto departRate it:

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do oneTo depart from a place, often with a sense of urgency.Rate it:

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donner la moitié de la routeEn Côte d'Ivoire, dans l'ethnie Baoulé, accepter le départ de quelqu'un. Donner toute la route implique que le locuteur ne souhaite pas voir son interlocuteur revenir.Rate it:

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drive awayTo depart by driving a vehicle.Rate it:

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duck outTo depart quickly or exit abruptly, especially in a manner which does not attract notice and before a meeting, event, etc. has concluded.Rate it:

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duck outTo depart quickly or exit abruptly by way of, especially in a manner which does not attract notice and before a meeting, event, etc. has concluded.Rate it:

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file offto depart in single fileRate it:

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fly the coopTo depart hastily or unannounced; to escape or flee.Rate it:

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go awryto depart from the correct courseRate it:

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go forthTo depart from a place; to set out.Rate it:

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hand someone his hatTo require someone to depart; to dismiss someone.Rate it:

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hit the bricksTo leave or depart; to get out.Rate it:

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hit the trailTo leave or depart.Rate it:

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jet offTo depart hurriedly.Rate it:

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jump shipTo depart a project without warning.Rate it:

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let's motivateTo depart; get moving.Rate it:

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log offTo depart from conversation; to say goodbye.Rate it:

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make a moveTo depart from a place.Rate it:

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make awayTo depart, leave; to make off.Rate it:

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make like a banana and splitto leave, departRate it:

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make oneself scarceTo leave or depart, or to avoid or stay away.Rate it:

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make tracksTo leave or depart; to go away.Rate it:

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ship outTo depart, especially for a sea voyage or military assignment.Rate it:

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slope offTo depart quietly, without being noticed.Rate it:

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step backto depart driving the train following the train they arrived into the station driving, so as to decrease service turnaround time.Rate it:

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stomp offTo depart in an angry mood.Rate it:

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storm outTo leave or depart angrily.Rate it:

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take a hikeTo go away; to leave or depart.Rate it:

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take a powderTo 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.Rate it:

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take leaveTo depart.Rate it:

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tear offTo leave or depart rapidly.Rate it:

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toddle offTo leave or departRate it:

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top chronoDépart, c'est parti, goRate it:

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trot offto leave, departRate it:

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turn into a pumpkinUsed to indicate a curfew, or the time by which one must depart.Rate it:

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turn on one's heelTo suddenly turn away from someone or something in order to depart rapidly, especially as expressive of haughtiness, disapproval, or evasiveness.Rate it:

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