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EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German, from Old High German ūzgang ‎(exit, outgang), from Proto-Germanic *ūt + *gangaz ‎(egress, going out). Cognate with Dutch uitgang ‎(exit), English outgang ‎(egress, exit). More at outgang.

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Ausgang m ‎(genitive Ausgangs or Ausganges, plural Ausgänge)

  1. exit (passage from inside to outside)
  2. output

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