Definition of egression in English:

egression

noun

  • See egress

    • ‘The material is uniformly ventilated to allow egression of fluid.’
    • ‘Instead, the animal airway tissue in vivo has obviously been depleted of its eosinophils by their egression into the airway lumen.’
    • ‘This does not affect the egression of cells from the bone marrow into the blood.’
    • ‘I could not just make an egression from the island of my hero!’
    • ‘They also provide large concrete steps allowing egression to and from the river.’

Pronunciation

egression

/iːˈɡrɛʃ(ə)n/