动词过去式:departed 过去分词:departed 现在分词:departing 第三人称单数:departs
v (fml 文)
1 [I, Ipr] ~ (for...) (from...) go away; leave 走开; 离开
*We departed for London at
10 am. 我们上午10点动身去伦敦.
* The 10.
15 to Leeds departs from platform 4. 10点15分开往利兹的火车在第4站台上车.
2 (idm 习语) depart (from) this `life (arch or rhet 古或修辞) die 去世; 亡故.
3 (phr v) depart from sth behave in a way that differs from (what is usual or expected) 背离; 违反
*depart from routine, standard practice, old customs, etc 违反常规、惯例、旧风俗等
* depart from the truth, ie not be truthful 背离事实.
1200-1300; Language: Old French;Origin:
departir, from partir 'to divide'
] [I and T]
to leave, especially when you are starting a journey
→departuredepart from ocean liners arriving at and departing from the islanddepart for Dorothy departed for Germany last week. Flights by Air Europe depart Gatwick on Tuesdays.depart this lifeformal
to die [I]
to start to use new ideas or do something in a different way
→departuredepart from It's revolutionary music; it departs from the old form and structures. In his speech, the President departed from his text only once. [I and T]
to leave an organization or job
→departure the company's departing chairman
1. The lower class yellow and white taxis have no meters, so be sure to negotiate your fare before you depart. 黄白相间的更低一级，没有计程器，因此一定要在开车前商定好价钱。
2. He seemed somewhat loath to depart. 他似有不愿离去之意.