Quit

close a file or application so that its window(s) disappear from the screen and, in the case of an application, it disappears from the iconbar
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Quit

for a tenant to move out of rented premises.
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Quit

Quit (kwĭt) noun (Zoology) Any one of numerous species of small passerine birds native of tropical America. See Banana quit , under Banana , and Guitguit .
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Quit

Quit transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Quit or Quitted ; present participle & verbal noun Quitting .] [ Middle English quiten , Old French quiter , quitier , cuitier , French quitter
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Quit

Quit intransitive verb To go away; to depart; to stop doing a thing; to cease.
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quit

1. To set at rest; to free, as from anything harmful or oppressive; to relieve; to clear; to liberate. 'To quit you of this fear, you have already looked Death in the face; what have you found so terrible in it?' (Wake) ... 2. To release from obligation, accusation, penalty, or the like; to absolve; to acquit. 'There may no gold them quyte.' (Chauc...
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Quit

• (a.) To meet the claims upon, or expectations entertained of; to conduct; to acquit; -- used reflexively. • (a.) To discharge, as an obligation or duty; to meet and satisfy, as a claim or debt; to make payment for or of; to requite; to repay. • (a.) To carry through; to go through to the end. • (a.) To have done with; to cease...
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quit

A separation of an employee from an establishment that is initiated by the employee; a voluntary separation; a resignation from a job or position....
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Quit

(v) Quit is the action, where by a person or entity leave the premises occupied by him till that time, either forced or voluntary or as per an agreement or of convenience etc.
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quit

v. to leave, used in a written notice to a tenant to leave the premises (notice to quit).
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Quit

In this shot, the golfer does not follow through totally with momentum, instead there is de-acceleration through impact.
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Quit

free
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Quit

('quit on the shot') not following-through completely with momentum, decelerating through impact
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Quit

A voluntary resignation from employment that is initiated by the employee.
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Quit

To leave, used in a written notice to a tenant to leave the premises (called a notice to quit).
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