exit (n):
the act of going out
exit (n):
an opening that permits escape or release
he blocked the way out.
the canyon had only one issue

Related Words: issue
exit (n):
euphemistic expressions for death
thousands mourned his passing
Related Words: departureexpirationgoingpassing
exit (v):
pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life
She died from cancer.
The children perished in the fire.
The patient went peacefully.
The old guy kicked the bucket at the age of 102

Related Words: deceasedieexpiregopass
exit (v):
lose the lead
exit (v):
move out of or depart from
leave the room.
the fugitive has left the country

Related Words: leave
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Wise men learn by others' mistakes; fools by their own

Akıllı başkalarının yaptığı hatalardan, aptal kendi yaptığı hatalardan ders çıkar.
It is better to keep out of trouble by not repeating the foolish behaviour of others than it is to do as they did and suffer in the same way

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