emergency exit


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Noun1.emergency exit - a stairway (often on the outside of a building) that permits exit in the case of fire or other emergencyemergency exit - a stairway (often on the outside of a building) that permits exit in the case of fire or other emergency
staircase, stairway - a way of access (upward and downward) consisting of a set of steps
Translations
nouzový východ
nødudgang
salida de auxiliosalida de emergencia
hätäuloskäynti
izlaz u slučaju nužde
neyðarútgangur
非常口
비상구
nödutgång
ทางออกฉุกเฉิน
cửa thoát hiểm

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emergency exit

مَخْرَجُ الطَّوَارِئ nouzový východ nødudgang Notausgang έξοδος κινδύνου salida de emergencia hätäuloskäynti sortie de secours izlaz u slučaju nužde uscita d’emergenza 非常口 비상구 nooduitgang nødutgang wyjście bezpieczeństwa saída de emergência аварийный выход nödutgång ทางออกฉุกเฉิน acil çıkış kapısı cửa thoát hiểm 紧急出口
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with a silk handkerchief from the hat-stand) and to prepare an emergency exit by opening first the shutters and then the window itself.
A Dana Air flight heading from Lagos to Abuja shocked passengers when the emergency exit door buckled as the plane landed at the at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Nigeria Wednesday, (http://www.
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Police said the boy suffered head injuries after he fell onto lane two of the southbound carriageway from a rear emergency exit of the coach, which was travelling from Bridgend to Brean, in Somerset, on May 16, 2014.
The jury heard that the boy suffered multiple injuries after the faulty coach emergency exit door flew open and threw him onto a motorway.
Mr Dent said: "The rear emergency exit on the coach was defective and it would open with just the littlest touch against it.
I was sitting near the emergency exit and I stopped him from opening the door.
The CAA said the emergency exit change, due on April 1, 2015, was intended to ensure everyone on board can escape if a helicoper capsizes.
The National Transportation Safety Board, which investigates transportation accidents, recommended in February 1999 that federal regulators issue new standards for large buses, also known as motorcoaches, so that after an accident passengers can easily open windows and emergency exits.
Studying the safety card in the seatback pocket is also important, as emergency exits open differently on certain types of planes.
After a sharp U-turn off the emergency exit runners then begin the gentle descent down under the River Mersey.
Many perished because they were unable to escape buildings that lacked emergency exits and basic safety equipment such as alarms and sprinklers.

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