Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Exit"

The meaning of "Exit" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm very exited to read from you! mean?
A: This isn't a standard expression. Normally, you would say "I'm excited to *hear* from you". In this case I suppose the speaker emphasizes the fact that he heard from someone in writing (e.g. email or letter).
Q: What does I made for the exit mean?
A: I guess you could say the whole phrase could be in a verb form of "To make for the exit". It can be "You make for the exit", "She makes for the exit", etc.
You could also change that to "To make one's way (somewhere)".
Hope that helped.
Q: What does exit window mean?
A: since its written on ur boarding pass I'm not really sure but i think its something simillar to "exit door" or maybe your seat is beside an exit window ~
Q: What does Bag-search on exit mean?
A: @charleschenwant: bag search inspection at the airport which means to check your luggage
exit means to get out of a building or room
Q: What does make a brisk exit mean?
A: Leaving quickly/swiftly :)

Example sentences using "Exit"

Q: Please show me example sentences with exit stage left.
A: do you mean like in a play?
Q: Please show me example sentences with exit. Fala e escrita..
A: Exit is, obviously, the opposite of entrance.Saída é, obviamente, o oposto de entrada. Exit visa (do país) - visto de saída. Exit ramp - saída do rodovia.

Synonyms of "Exit" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Leave in this exit and Leave in this way out ?
A: Leave by this exit
Leave by way of this exit
Q: What is the difference between Leave this exit and Leave this way out ?
A: They both sound unnatural to me. Did you mean: leave through this exit?

If not, then the first one might be used to order someone guarding that exit to leave it and go somewhere else.

Like: Hey, you two! Leave this exit and go guard the courtyard.

The second one might be used to tell someone to ensure they have a way to escape somewhere.

Like: This place is packed with goblins! Block all the other tunnels and leave this way out (in case we need to make a quick getaway)!
Q: What is the difference between exiting and compelling ?
A: Exiting is the process of leaving a place. However, if you meant exciting, it means having great enthusiasm and eagerness. On the other hand, compelling means giving interest, attention, or admiration in an irresistible way. Example: “I am so excited and cannot wait to go see the new movie!” and “The waterfall was so compelling. I couldn’t possibly take my eyes off it!”
Q: What is the difference between An exit ramp extends up to the plane. and An exit ramp extends up to the flight. ?
A: An exit ramp will never extend up to the flight. You cannot refer to a plane as a flight when it is stationary. The ‘flight’ refers to the journey the plane has made or will make.
Q: What is the difference between Which exit should I take to go to the hotel? and Which exit should I go to the hotel? ?
A: the first one is right - the second one does not really make sense.

Translations of "Exit"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? exit
A: the second way you were saying it is correct.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? can you tell me how can we find the exit?

can you tell me how we can find the exit?

which one is correct???
A: both work but the second one is much more natural to say and probably much more common.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "exit" how to pronounce this?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? exited to learn
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm very exiting.
A: I'm very excited.

Other questions about "Exit"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce exit.
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Q: i exit in the same time Does this sound natural?
A: I exit at the same time.
Q: About exit No.2 of subway : Is this sentence correct?
Can you tell me better sentence for making a signboard?
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Exit-No.2 is located across the road that is in front of Exit-No.1. Does this sound natural?
A: Exit No.2 is located across the road from exit No. 1

Exit No.2 is located across the road and faces exit No. 1.
Q: the exit is all the way at the back of the theater. Does this sound natural?
A: @tjstkdn "The exit is at the back of the theater" can be used as well. Using the sentence I proposed and the sentence I had just mentioned in this answer are both interchangeable.

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