Detailed Translations for departing from English to Swedish



to depart verb (departs, departed, departing)

  1. to depart (leave; go; go away; break up)
    bryta upp; gå bort; lämna; avresa
    • bryta upp verb (bryter upp, bröt upp, brutit upp)
    • gå bort verb (går bort, gick bort, gått bort)
    • lämna verb (lämnar, lämnade, lämnat)
    • avresa verb (avreser, avreste, avrest)
  2. to depart (leave; take off; go away)
    åka iväg; resa iväg
    • åka iväg verb (åker iväg, åkte iväg, åkt iväg)
    • resa iväg verb (reser iväg, reste iväg, resat iväg)
  3. to depart (leave; grease; leave for; )
    • avresa verb (avreser, avreste, avrest)
  4. to depart (sail away; leave; take off)
    avresa; segla bort
    • avresa verb (avreser, avreste, avrest)
    • segla bort verb (seglar bort, seglade bort, seglat bort)

Conjugations for depart:

  1. depart
  2. depart
  3. departs
  4. depart
  5. depart
  6. depart
simple past
  1. departed
  2. departed
  3. departed
  4. departed
  5. departed
  6. departed
present perfect
  1. have departed
  2. have departed
  3. has departed
  4. have departed
  5. have departed
  6. have departed
past continuous
  1. was departing
  2. were departing
  3. was departing
  4. were departing
  5. were departing
  6. were departing
  1. shall depart
  2. will depart
  3. will depart
  4. shall depart
  5. will depart
  6. will depart
continuous present
  1. am departing
  2. are departing
  3. is departing
  4. are departing
  5. are departing
  6. are departing
  1. be departed
  2. be departed
  3. be departed
  4. be departed
  5. be departed
  6. be departed
  1. depart!
  2. let's depart!
  3. departed
  4. departing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

depart [the ~] noun

  1. the depart (leave)
    lämna; åka bort


  1. depart (pass away)

Translation Matrix for depart:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
avresa departing; departure; going away; leaving; sailing; starting; taking off
bryta upp breaking apart; breaking up; taking down; tearing down
lämna depart; leave leaving
segla bort sailing away; sailing off; sailing out
åka bort depart; leave
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
avresa break up; depart; go; go away; grease; leave; leave for; rub in; sail; sail away; set out; smear; start; take off; travel
bryta upp break up; depart; go; go away; leave break open; break up; crack; decode; force open; go separate ways; part; round off; separate; split up; tear open; wind up
gå bort break up; depart; go; go away; leave be killed; be killed in action; depart this earth; depart this life; die; expire; fall; pass away; perish; succumb
lämna break up; depart; go; go away; leave abandon; bring; bring around; come off; deliver; furnish; get off; give up; give way; leave; provide; put up for shipment; relinquish; renunciate; send; ship; supply
resa iväg depart; go away; leave; take off
segla bort depart; leave; sail away; take off
åka bort get away
åka iväg depart; go away; leave; take off
- deviate; digress; diverge; go; go away; leave; part; pull up stakes; quit; set forth; set off; set out; sidetrack; start; start out; straggle; take leave; take off; vary
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
avsomna depart; pass away pass away

Synonyms for "depart":

Antonyms for "depart":

Related Definitions for "depart":

  1. move away from a place into another direction1
    • The train departs at noon1
  2. go away or leave1
  3. leave1
  4. wander from a direct or straight course1
  5. remove oneself from an association with or participation in1
  6. be at variance with; be out of line with1

Wiktionary Translations for depart:

  1. to go away from
  2. to deviate
  3. to leave
  4. to die

Cross Translation:
depart avresa; avgå; fara abfahren — (intransitiv) sich fahrend von einem Ort wegbegeben, davonfahren, wegfahren
depart fara; avresa abreisen — eine Reise von einem bestimmten Punkt aus, zu einem bestimmten Zeitpunkt aus antreten
depart sterbenintransitiv: von Lebewesen: aufhören zu leben
depart ge sig iväg partir — (vieilli) diviser en plusieurs parts. On ne l’emploie plus, en ce sens, que dans cette phrase :