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From Latin ēgressus, from ex- + gressus

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Singular
Egress

Plural
Egresses

Egress (plural Egresses)
  1. An exit or way out
    • The window provides an egress in the event of an emergency.
    • "Right this way to the Egress" as used by P.T. Barnum to hurry customers out of his side show
  2. The process of exiting or leaving.
    • 2003 International Building Code (IBC): Chapter 10 section 1001.1
      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 components required to provide an approved means of egress from structures and portions thereof.
  3. (astronomy) The end of the apparent transit of a small astronomical body over the disk of a larger one.
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Infinitive
to Egress

Third person singular
egresses

Simple past
egressed

Past participle
egressed

Present participle
egressing

to Egress (third-person singular simple present egresses, present participle egressing, simple past and past participle egressed)
  1. (intransitive) To exit or leave; to go or come out.
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