Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) a departure or emigration, usually of a large group of people
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a mass exodus of people
The noun ‘exodus’ refers to a mass movement of people from one place to another, usually in the interest of survival or due to a threat or war. “Syria is suffering from a mass exodus of its people escaping the war.” “The famine lead to an exodus of the native population.”
Social Examples (Advance)
There wasa mass exodus from the war-torn regioninto neighboring countries.
When news of the incoming storm filtered through, there wasa chaotic exodus from the stadium.
Professional Examples (Advance)
There has been a huge exodus of medical professionals from the EU to the middle east due to poor working conditions in Europe.
During the strike workers staged a mass exodus and walked out of the building.
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