Depart meaning

dĭ-pärt
To go away; leave.

I depart for the islands at noon.

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To go away (from); leave.
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Depart is defined as to go away or leave.

An example of depart is for a train to leave from the station.

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To die.
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To turn aside (from)

To depart from custom.

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To leave.

Flight 10 departs Chicago at 2 P.M.

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A departure.
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(intransitive) To leave.
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(intransitive) To set out on a journey.
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(intransitive) To die.
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(intransitive) To deviate (from).

His latest statements seemed to depart from party policy somewhat.

To depart from a title or defence in legal pleading.

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(now rare) To go away from; to leave.
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(obsolete) A going away; departure.
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To vary, as from a regular course; deviate.

Depart from custom.

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To die.
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To go away from; leave.
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To set out; start.
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depart this life
  • To die.
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Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

depart this life

Origin of depart

  • Middle English departen from Old French departir to split, divide de- de- partir to divide (from Latin partīre) (from pars part- part part)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Old French departir, from Late Latin departire (“to divide”), from Latin dispertire (“to divide”).

    From Wiktionary