a plan for getting out of a difficult or unfavorable situation:
committing troops without an exit strategy.
a plan that maximizes profits when liquidating investments or a business.
a method or plan for extricating oneself from an undesirable situation
a plan and timetable for withdrawal from a military engagement
the method by which an investor intends to cash out of an investment
an investor’s plan for getting out of an investment if a certain situation arises; a plan to cash out of an investment venture; also called liquidity event
noun 1. a tax formerly imposed on certain Soviet citizens who had been educated at government expense in the Soviet Union and wished to emigrate.
- Exit wound
noun a wound made by a bullet or projectile that passes through the body
[eks le-ge; English eks lee-jee] /ɛks ˈlɛ gɛ; English ɛks ˈli dʒi/ adverb, Latin. 1. by virtue of law.
- Ex lib.
1. ex libris. abbreviation 1. ex libris