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Detailed Synonyms for departed in Englisch

departed:

departed Adjektiv

  1. departed
    departed; left; started
  2. departed
    – dead 1
    gone; departed; deceased; asleep; at rest; at peace
    – dead 1
  3. departed
    – well in the past; former 1
    gone; departed; bygone; bypast; foregone
    – well in the past; former 1
    • gone Adjektiv
      • sweet memories of gone summers1
    • departed Adjektiv
      • relics of a departed era1
    • bygone Adjektiv
      • bygone days1
    • bypast Adjektiv
    • foregone Adjektiv
      • dreams of foregone times1

departed [the ~] Nomen

  1. the departed
    – someone who is no longer alive 1
    the departed; the deceased; the dead person; the deceased person; the decedent; the dead soul
    – someone who is no longer alive 1

Alternate Synonyms for "departed":


Verwandte Definitionen für "departed":

  1. dead1
    • our dear departed friend1
  2. well in the past; former1
    • relics of a departed era1
  3. someone who is no longer alive1

departed form of depart:

to depart Verb (departs, departed, departing)

  1. to depart
    to go; to leave; to depart; to go away; to break up
    • go Verb (goes, went, going)
    • leave Verb (leaves, left, leaving)
    • depart Verb (departs, departed, departing)
    • go away Verb (goes away, went away, going away)
    • break up Verb (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  2. to depart
    to depart; to leave; to take off; to go away
    • depart Verb (departs, departed, departing)
    • leave Verb (leaves, left, leaving)
    • take off Verb (takes off, took off, taking off)
    • go away Verb (goes away, went away, going away)
  3. to depart
    to leave; to grease; to depart; leave for; to take off; to smear; to sail; to set out; to rub in; to travel; to start
    • leave Verb (leaves, left, leaving)
    • grease Verb (greases, greased, greasing)
    • depart Verb (departs, departed, departing)
    • leave for Verb
    • take off Verb (takes off, took off, taking off)
    • smear Verb (smears, smeared, smearing)
    • sail Verb (sails, sailed, sailing)
    • set out Verb (sets out, set out, setting out)
    • rub in Verb (rubs in, rubbed in, rubbing in)
    • travel Verb (travels, travelled, travelling)
    • start Verb (starts, started, starting)
  4. to depart
    to sail away; to leave; to depart; to take off
    • sail away Verb (sails away, sailed away, sailing away)
    • leave Verb (leaves, left, leaving)
    • depart Verb (departs, departed, departing)
    • take off Verb (takes off, took off, taking off)
  5. to depart
    – move away from a place into another direction 1
    to go; to depart; to go away
    – move away from a place into another direction 1
    • go Verb (goes, went, going)
    • depart Verb (departs, departed, departing)
      • The train departs at noon1
    • go away Verb (goes away, went away, going away)
  6. to depart
    – go away or leave 1
    to quit; to depart; take leave
    – go away or leave 1
  7. to depart
    – leave 1
    to part; to start; to take off; to depart; to set out; to set forth; start out; set off
    – leave 1
    • part Verb (parts, parted, parting)
    • start Verb (starts, started, starting)
    • take off Verb (takes off, took off, taking off)
    • depart Verb (departs, departed, departing)
    • set out Verb (sets out, set out, setting out)
    • set forth Verb (sets forth, set forth, setting forth)
    • start out Verb
    • set off Verb
  8. to depart
    – wander from a direct or straight course 1
    to depart; to digress; to sidetrack; straggle
    – wander from a direct or straight course 1
    • depart Verb (departs, departed, departing)
    • digress Verb (digresss, digressed, digressing)
    • sidetrack Verb (sidetracks, sidetracked, sidetracking)
    • straggle Verb
  9. to depart
    – remove oneself from an association with or participation in 1
    to leave; to depart; pull up stakes
    – remove oneself from an association with or participation in 1
    • leave Verb (leaves, left, leaving)
      • She wants to leave1
      • The teenager left home1
      • She left her position with the Red Cross1
      • He left the Senate after two terms1
    • depart Verb (departs, departed, departing)
  10. to depart
    – be at variance with; be out of line with 1
    to deviate; to vary; to diverge; to depart
    – be at variance with; be out of line with 1
    • deviate Verb (deviates, deviated, deviating)
    • vary Verb (varies, varied, varying)
    • diverge Verb (diverges, diverged, diverging)
    • depart Verb (departs, departed, departing)

Konjugationen für depart:

present
  1. depart
  2. depart
  3. departs
  4. depart
  5. depart
  6. depart
simple past
  1. departed
  2. departed
  3. departed
  4. departed
  5. departed
  6. departed
present perfect
  1. have departed
  2. have departed
  3. has departed
  4. have departed
  5. have departed
  6. have departed
past continuous
  1. was departing
  2. were departing
  3. was departing
  4. were departing
  5. were departing
  6. were departing
future
  1. shall depart
  2. will depart
  3. will depart
  4. shall depart
  5. will depart
  6. will depart
continuous present
  1. am departing
  2. are departing
  3. is departing
  4. are departing
  5. are departing
  6. are departing
subjunctive
  1. be departed
  2. be departed
  3. be departed
  4. be departed
  5. be departed
  6. be departed
diverse
  1. depart!
  2. let's depart!
  3. departed
  4. departing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

depart [the ~] Nomen

  1. the depart
    the leave; the depart

depart

  1. depart

Alternate Synonyms for "depart":


Antonyme für "depart":


Verwandte Definitionen für "depart":

  1. move away from a place into another direction1
    • The train departs at noon1
  2. go away or leave1
  3. leave1
  4. wander from a direct or straight course1
  5. remove oneself from an association with or participation in1
  6. be at variance with; be out of line with1

Related Synonyms for departed