fynd, fyned, mynd, mynedaethid, aethit, â, aech, aed, aem, aent, aet, aeth, aethai, aethant, aethech, aethem, aethent, ger, a’, aethoch, aethom, aethon, aethost, aethpwyd, aethwn, af, âi, aiff, ân, ânt, cer, cher, dos, ei, eid, eir, eith, êl, elai, elech, eled, elem, elent, eler, elet, elid, elit, elo, eloch, elom, elont, elwn, elwyf, elych, es, est, euthum, ewch
Verb(1) move away from a place into another direction(2) be at variance with; be out of line with(3) leave(4) go away or leave(5) remove oneself from an association with or participation in(6) wander from a direct or straight course
(1) he will soon depart his post as high commissioner to Britain(2) We then set out for our train, which would be departing from Track 13.(3) Tired and slightly sunburnt, the photographers departed for home with film and memory cards which they hope will contain some memorable pictures.(4) It departs from the usual folklorist concept of Hispanic rhythms.(5) On the final day in hospital, before they departed for home, a lone old woman arrived with a farewell gift of a bunch of bluebells.(6) The walk takes 90 minutes and departs from St Nicholas' Church.(7) The bus departs from Mill Street every two hours, with the first tour starting at 9.30 am.(8) Every three weeks, the vessel departs from Tahiti with cargo and 100-120 passengers.(9) Each of my Las Vegas trips would now have me checking into and departing from three hotels on the same days.(10) In celebration of the special occasion the couple departed for a two week holiday in California on Monday last 26th July.(11) Analysis of the plane's flight plans, covering more than two years, shows that it always departs from Washington DC.(12) At 12.30 pm the air ambulance flight departed for Clermont, France.(13) Even the flavour of the purple carrots departs from the norm.(14) His wife and another woman in the public gallery burst out sobbing as the verdicts were announced and as he departed for jail, they yelled insults at the police officer in the case.(15) A separate competition chooses a memorial design that further departs from Libeskind's vision.(16) It would be difficult to offer any advice to him right now that departs from the course he has put the country on for the time being.
(1) depart from :: wyro oddi wrth
1. leave ::
2. deviate ::
3. start ::
4. go away ::
mynd i ffwrdd
5. quit ::
rhoi'r gorau iddi
6. diverge ::
7. digress ::
8. pull up stakes ::
dynnu i fyny polion
1. arrive ::
2. come ::
depart, departed, departing, departs
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In three days' time,
he'll DEPART for Castle Black
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 6
We DEPART for the Twins in the morning.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 6
Nevertheless, I must DEPART.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 16
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