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depart from this world

To die; to pass on to the afterlife. Our role is to contribute something positive to others before we depart from this world, in whatever way possible.
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depart this life

To die; to leave this life (i.e., to pass on to some form of the afterlife). Our role is to contribute something positive to others before we depart this life, in whatever way possible.
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depart for (some place)

To leave one place to go to another. When does your plane depart for San Francisco?
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depart from (some place)

To leave some place. I depart from my home every winter to avoid the cold weather.
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depart for some place

to leave for some place. When shall we depart for the airport? When do we depart for St. Petersburg?
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depart from some place

to leave from some place or something; to set out from some place or something. When will you depart from here? We departed from Moscow on time.
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depart this life

Euph. to die. He departed this life on April 20th, 1973. She departed peacefully, in her sleep.
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References in classic literature ?
A seed-cake and a bottle of wine were produced in the drawing-room, as on the solemn occasions of the visits of parents, and these refreshments being partaken of, Miss Sedley was at liberty to depart.
Greatly instructed I shall hence depart, Greatly in peace of thought, and have my fill Of knowledge, what this vessel can containe; Beyond which was my folly to aspire.
This usage, with some differences we had with a Moor, made us very desirous of leaving this country, but we were still put off with one pretence or other whenever we asked leave to depart.
He may now depart in peace and innocence, a sufferer and not a doer of evil.
Will you depart--will you depart, if I give you that you demand?
I inquired (since I did not wish Polina to depart without an explanation).
Here are your instructions," replied the officer, placing the folded paper in his hands; and turning round towards D'Artagnan, "Come, monsieur," said he, in an agitated voice (such despair did he behold in that man of iron), "do me the favor to depart at once.
But on the beach, when the blacks, whose terms of service were up came down with their trade-boxes on their heads to depart on the Arangi, was the time when nigger-chasing was not dangerous.
Hargrave did depart on the morrow; and I have never seen him since.
Upon which she was presently led off by her own maid and Mrs Western: nor did that good lady depart without leaving some wholesome admonitions with her brother, on the dreadful effects of his passion, or, as she pleased to call it, madness.
Before I depart I will give them to you; they will prove the truth of my tale; but at present, as the sun is already far declined, I shall only have time to repeat the substance of them to you.
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New: Chengdu-Dalian-Osaka-Dalian-Chengdu, Starting March 30 CA151/2, 3 weekly flights on Monday/Wednesday/ Saturday, A319 Outbound flight departs from Chengdu at 0825, arrives in Dalian at 1120, departs from Dalian at 12:20, and arrives in Osaka at 15:30.
The daily service also includes flight 3452 departs 08:35 Denver, arriving in Colorado-Springs at 09:14; flight 3454 departs 11:30 Denver, arriving in Colorado-Springs at 12:09; flight 3456 departs 14:02 Denver, arriving in Colorado-Springs at 14:41; flight 3458 departs 18:05 Denver, arriving in Colorado-Springs at 18:44; and flight 3460 (Sunday to Friday) departs 21:45 Denver, arriving in Colorado-Springs at 22:24; local time.