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Excuse Yourself ( one is leaving; one should leave ... )

"Excuse Yourself"

Excuse yourself means you say "excuse me" and leave.

Example: "If anyone has to leave early, feel free to excuse yourself."

Excusing yourself is leaving early and being polite as you go.

Example: "I am sick today so I'll have to excuse myself from the meeting."

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