EXIT or exit (lat. "exit" "he/she leaves", pl. "exeunt") may refer to:

*Exit, denoting a way out of a building, city, or place
* Emergency exit, or fire exit, used in case of an emergency
* Exit ramp, or slip road, used to leave an expressway or motorway
* Exit procedure, or exit interview, related to the termination of an employee
* Exit plan, commonly used to describe a plan for business owners to divest themselves of their business, or the planning for the termination of an operation
* Exit sign, indicating a point of egress

* Exit (operating system), a system call to terminate a running program, process, task, or thread
* Exit (command), a termination command in UNIX, DOS, OS/2 and Microsoft Windows
* User exit, a predefined replaceable procedure in a software package

;Popular music
* EXIT (festival), a music festival in Serbia
* "Exit" (song), a song from U2's album "The Joshua Tree"
* "Exit" (Tangerine Dream album), a 1981 album from the German band, Tangerine Dream
* "Exit" (k-os album), a 2002 album from Canadian musician k-os
* Exit Records, a record label
* Exit, a recording by Barney McAll

;Arts and entertainment
* Exit, a theatrical term instructing an actor to leave the scene
* EXIT (performance art group), a performance art group in the 1970s
* Exit (comic), a French comic by Bernard Werber and Alain Mounier
* Exit (video game), a video game for the PSP, Xbox Live Arcade and Nintendo DS
* Exit (board game), a short lived 1980s board game.

* Exit (group), three European organisations centred around helping young people to leave the neo-Nazi scene
* EXIT (Australia), a pro-euthanasia group in Australia and other countries
* EXIT (Scotland), a pro-euthanasia group based in Scotland
* Exit (economics), the ability to opt-out of future transactions, which in constitutional economy implies a right of secession

ee also

* Quit (disambiguation)

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