[+building] sortie f
→ He hurried towards the exit.
[+motorway] sortie f
→ I missed my exit and had to drive on.
to make a hasty exit
[person] sortir en vitesse
→ I made a hasty exit.
(=go out) sortir
→ She walked into the front door of a store and exited from the rear.
[actor] sortir, quitter la scène
→ As I exited the final display, I entered a hexagonal room.
[+program] quitter → before you exit the program
n issue f de secours
→ The steward showed us the emergency exits.
n entretien m de sortie
→ What are the benefits for the employee of being honest during an exit interview? Is it useful to tell the truth about long working hours, inept management and inflexible working arrangements?
entretien m de licenciement
n sondage m (effectué à la sortie des bureaux de vote)
[+motorway] bretelle f d'accès
voie f de sortie
→ The walled city was surrounded by forces and all exit routes were blocked.
(fig) (from situation)
→ They have been swept along on a conveyor belt of crime with no exit routes.
→ Acting offered an exit route to a career he hated.
n (in building)
panneau m de sortie
n stratégie f de repli
→ If problems do arise we have an exit strategy
n visa m de sortie
n blessure f de sortie
→ There was a bullet wound in his chest and an exit wound in his back.
n sortie f de secours