depart+this+life

  • 1 depart this life — (obsolete) To die • • • Main Entry: ↑depart * * * archaic die * * * depart this life formal : to die My aunt departed this life at the age of 92. • • • Main Entry: ↑depart …

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  • 2 depart this life —    to die    The implication is that you will arrive in another state of being:     Things went on smoothly for a dozen years when the old Frenchman departed this life. (Mayhew, 1851)    The departed are the dead:     Mary said it was a memorial… …

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  • 3 depart this life — formal to die. Here lies Henry Stanford, who departed this life January 13th 1867 …

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  • 4 depart this life — archaic die. → depart …

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  • 5 depart — mid 13c., part from each other, from O.Fr. departir (10c.) to divide, distribute; separate (oneself), depart; die, from L.L. departire divide (transitive), from DE (Cf. de ) from (see DE (Cf. de )) + partire to part, divide, from pars (gen. par …

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  • 6 depart — is now used intransitively (without an object) either without any complement or followed by from (a point of departure) or for (a destination). Its use with an object is restricted to the formal or literary phrase depart this life, meaning ‘to… …

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  • 7 depart — [dē pärt′, dipärt′] vi. [ME departen < OFr departir < VL departire, to divide, separate, for L dispartire < dis , apart + partire, to divide < pars (see PART2): orig. vt., to divide] 1. to go away (from); leave 2. to set out; start 3 …

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  • 8 depart — /di pahrt /, v.i. 1. to go away; leave: She departed from Paris today. The train departs at 10:52. 2. to diverge or deviate (usually fol. by from): The new method departs from the old in several respects. 3. to pass away, as from life or… …

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  • 9 depart — de|part [dıˈpa:t US a:rt] v [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: departir, from partir to divide ] 1.) [I and T] to leave, especially when you are starting a journey →↑departure depart from ▪ ocean liners arriving at and departing from the… …

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  • 10 depart — /dəˈpat / (say duh paht) verb (i) 1. to go away, as from a place; take one s leave. 2. to pass away, as from life or existence. –verb (t) 3. Rare to go away from or leave: to depart this life. –noun 4. Obsolete departure; death. –phrase 5. depart …

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  • 11 depart — Synonyms and related words: abandon, abrupt, abscond, absquatulate, alienate, be consumed, be getting along, be gone, be lost, beat a retreat, beat it, blow, bolt, bow out, buzz off, cast, cast off, cast out, cease, cease to be, cease to exist,… …

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  • 12 depart — verb 1 (I) to leave, especially when you are starting a journey: The train for Edinburgh will depart from platform 5. 2 depart this life formal to die see also: departure depart from sth phrasal verb (T) to start to do something differently from… …

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  • 13 depart — verb 1》 leave, especially in order to start a journey. 2》 (depart from) deviate from (an accepted, prescribed, or usual course of action). Phrases depart this life archaic die. Origin ME: from OFr. departir, based on L. dispertire to divide …

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  • 14 Depart — De*part , v. t. 1. To part thoroughly; to dispart; to divide; to separate. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Till death departed them, this life they lead. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] 2. To divide in order to share; to apportion. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] And here… …

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  • 15 depart — [[t]dɪpɑ͟ː(r)t[/t]] departs, departing, departed 1) VERB When something or someone departs from a place, they leave it and start a journey to another place. [V from n] Our tour departs from Heathrow Airport on 31 March and returns 16 April... [V… …

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  • 16 depart */*/ — UK [dɪˈpɑː(r)t] / US [dɪˈpɑrt] verb Word forms depart : present tense I/you/we/they depart he/she/it departs present participle departing past tense departed past participle departed 1) a) [intransitive] formal to leave and start a journey The… …

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  • 17 depart — de|part [ dı part ] verb ** 1. ) intransitive FORMAL to leave a place and start a trip: The airplane departed at noon. depart from: Our flight departs from Dulles at 2 o clock. depart for: The Foreign Minister will depart for Cairo this evening.… …

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  • 18 depart — v. 1 intr. a (usu. foll. by from) go away; leave (the train departs from this platform). b (usu. foll. by for) start; set out (trains depart for Crewe every hour). 2 intr. (usu. foll. by from) diverge; deviate (departs from standard practice). 3… …

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  • 19 Depart from Me — Studio album by Cage Released July 7, 2009 …

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  • 20 This Boy — Single par The Beatles extrait de l’album Past Masters, Volume 1 Face A I Want to Hold Your Hand Sortie 29 novembre 1963 Enregistrement le 17&# …

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