v.离开，出发; 去世; 离职; 脱轨;
第三人称单数：departs 过去分词：departed 现在进行时：departing 过去式：departed
1.VERB 离开; 启程; 动身; 出发
When something or someone departs from a place, they leave it and start a journey to another place.
2.VERB 背离; 违背
If you depart from a traditional, accepted, or agreed way of doing something, you do it in a different or unexpected way.
3.VERB 辞(职); 离(职)
If someone departs from a job, they resign from it or leave it. In American English, you can say that someone departs a job.
1.But not all of the hive members depart. 但并非所有的成员都会离开旧蜂房。
2.Economists can and do depart from the benchmark. 经济学家能够做到也确实做到了远离这一基准。
3.The research showed that the airport you depart from also influences the cost. 这项研究显示你从哪个机场出发也会影响你的花费。
4.London-based capital economics ltd. believes that greece will depart the euro sometimethis year, followed by other smaller euro zone nations in 2013. 伦敦的资本经济学公司相信希腊会在今年脱离欧元区，2013年会有其它的欧元区小国步它后尘。
5.I often tell them stories or teach them a game, and the wing hours depart and leave usgood and happy. 我通常会给他们讲故事或者教他们做游戏，几个小时就这样匆匆流逝，唯有快乐和满足留存在每个人的心中。