Egress

  • 1 egress — 1 / ē ˌgres/ n [Medieval Latin egressus, literally, act of going out, departure, from Latin, from egredi to go out, from e out + gradi to make one s way] 1: the action or right of going or coming out 2: a place or means of going out or exiting… …

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  • 2 Egress — E gress, n. [L. egressus, fr. egredi to go out; e out + gradi to go. See {Grade}.] 1. The act of going out or leaving, or the power to leave; departure. [1913 Webster] Embarred from all egress and regress. Holland. [1913 Webster] Gates of burning …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 Egress — may refer to:* Egress (law), the right of a person to leave a property in property law * Egress (signal leakage), the passage of signal intended to remain within a coaxial cable into the outside worldee also* Egressive * Exit * Ingress …

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  • 4 Egress — E*gress , v. i. To go out; to depart; to leave. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5 Egress — Egress* der; es, e <aus lat. egressus »das Herausgehen« zu 1↑ex... u. gressus »Schritt, Gang«> (veraltet) Ausgang, Austritt, das Weggehen …

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  • 6 egress — 1530s, from L. egressus a going out, lit. pp. of egredi go out, from ex out (see EX (Cf. ex )) + gredi, comb. form of gradi step, go (see GRADE (Cf. grade)). Perhaps a back formation from egression (early 15c.) …

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  • 7 egress — [n] passage out departure, doorway, emanation, emergence, escape, exit, exiting, exodus, issue, opening, outlet, setting out, vent, way out, withdrawal; concepts 195,440 Ant. entrance …

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  • 8 egress — ► NOUN formal 1) the action of going out of or leaving a place. 2) a way out. DERIVATIVES egression noun. ORIGIN from Latin egressus, from egredi go out …

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  • 9 egress — [ē gresh′ənē′gres΄] n. [L egressus < pp. of egredi, to go out < e , out + gradi, to step, go: see GRADE] 1. the act of going out or forth; emergence: also egression [ē gresh′ən] 2. the right to go out 3. a way out; exit …

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  • 10 Egress — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Motion out of. < N PARAG:Egress >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 egress egress exit issue Sgm: N 1 emersion emersion emergence Sgm: N 1 outbreak outbreak outburst Sgm: N 1 eruption eruption …

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  • 11 egress — 1. noun /ˈiːɡrɛs/ a) An exit or way out Buildings or portions thereof shall be provided with a means of egress system as required this chapter. The provisions of this chapter shall control the design, construction and arrangement of means egress… …

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  • 12 egress — noun 1) the egress from the gallery was blocked Syn: exit, way out, escape route Ant: entrance 2) a means of egress Syn: departure, exit, withdrawal, retreat, e …

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  • 13 egress — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Act of going out Nouns 1. egress, exit, issue, emergence, eruption, emanation, exudation, percolation, weeping, leakage, oozing, dripping; gush, efflux, outpouring, effluence, effusion, drain, drainage,… …

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  • 14 egress — i. The act of getting out of a target/combat area by combat aircraft. Also refers to an egress route. The opposite of ingress. See also ingress. ii. The act of getting out of aircraft cabin or cockpit, often under emergency conditions …

    Aviation dictionary

  • 15 egress — [ i:grɛs] noun formal the action of going out of or leaving a place. ↘a way out. Derivatives egression noun Origin C16: from L. egress , egredi go out …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 16 egress — n. 1 a going out. b the right of going out. 2 an exit; a way out. 3 Astron. the end of an eclipse or transit. Derivatives: egression n. (in senses 1, 2). Etymology: L egressus f. egredi egress (as E , gradi to step) …

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  • 17 egress — I. noun Etymology: Latin egressus, from egredi to go out, from e + gradi to go more at grade Date: 1538 1. the action or right of going or coming out 2. a place or means of going out ; exit II. intransitive verb …

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  • 18 egress — n. /ee gres/; v. /i gres /, n. 1. the act or an instance of going, esp. from an enclosed place. 2. a means or place of going out; an exit. 3. the right or permission to go out. 4. Astron. emersion (def. 1). v.i. 5. to go out; emerge. [1530 40; <… …

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  • 19 egress — Synonyms and related words: abandonment, adit, avenue, blowhole, bow out, channel, chute, cleaning out, clearance, clearing, conduit, course, debouch, decampment, defecation, depart, departure, depletion, discharging cargo, ditch, door, drainage …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 20 egress — ● adj. ►NET Du latin egressus , signifiant sortir de . Le terme désigne par exemple les paquets quittant une interface réseau, ou encore un routeur par lequel on quitte un sous réseau. Contraire ingress …

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