The egress is in the back.
An example of egress is the exit at a movie theater.
- the act of going out or forth; emergencealso egres′sion
- the right to go out
- a way out; exit
Origin of egressClassical Latin egressus ; from past participle of egredi, to go out ; from e-, out + gradi, to step, go: see grade
- The act of coming or going out; emergence.
- The right to leave or go out: denied the refugees egress.
- A path or opening for going out; an exit.
- Astronomy The emergence of a celestial body from eclipse or occultation.
intransitive verbe·gressed, e·gress·ing, e·gress·es
Origin of egressLatin &emacron;gressus, from past participle of &emacron;gred&imacron;, to go out : &emacron;-, ex-, ex- + grad&imacron;, to go; see ghredh- in Indo-European roots.
From Latin ēgressus, from ex- + gressus
(third-person singular simple present egresses, present participle egressing, simple past and past participle egressed)
- From Latin egressum, past participle egredi.