Exeat

The Latin word exeat (`he/she may leave`) is most commonly used to describe a period of absence from a centre of learning. Exeat is used in Britain to describe weekend leave from a boarding school. It is also used at certain colleges to define a required note to take absence from school either for entire days, or parts of a day for appointments,.....
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Exeat

Ex'e·at noun [ Latin , let him go forth.] 1. A license for absence from a college or a religious house. [ Eng.] Shipley. 2. A permission which a bishop grants to a priest to go out of his diocese. Wharton.
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Exeat

Exeat is Latin for let him go out
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exeat

formal leave of absence; permission to be absent
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exeat

permission from bishop for clergyman to work elsewhere
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exeat

permission to be absent - traditionally an exeat granted permission for a priest to leave a monastery - the term also extended to absence from a university
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