the act of departing or something that has departed(noun) जाने की क्रिया या कुछ और जो विदा हो गया है
Examples of word departure
The fact that you had tech-policy people who rarely agree with each other on anything agreeing that his departure is a setback should tell you something.
The thing that really bugs me about his departure is his failure to call out the Republicans as the real culprits behind the Senate dysfunction.
I would only hope that his departure is a result of some criminal charge a la the NSA-objecting Qwest executive.
My last assignment for Peace Corps prior to departure is to write a statement of goals and expectations.
Already I hear it, while guardian angels, attendant on humanity, their task achieved, hasten away, and their departure is announced by melancholy strains; faces all unseemly with weeping, forced open my lids; faster and faster many groups of these woe-begone countenances thronged around, exhibiting every variety of wretchedness -- well known faces mingled with the distorted creations of fancy.
I am just setting out on that journey, am now ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is at hand.
Earlier this year he withdrew from the Mayors Against Illegal Guns group for what he called a departure from its original mission of fighting gun crimes in urban areas.
We may know that we have but a little time to live (The time of my departure is at hand, 2 Tim.iv. 6); but we cannot know that we have a long time to live, for our souls are continually in our hands; nor can we know how little a time we have to live, for it may prove less than we expect; much less do we know the time fixed for the general judgment.
Yet in many countries, his call for multilateralism, which runs parallel to a decline in American diplomatic and economic clout, remains a welcome departure from the era of President Bush, whose two-term presidency was largely defined by the war in Iraq and the divisive debates on which it hinged.