go straight to leave

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Chinese - Mandarin

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The course shown in the map above is located in a very nice parking lot in which we had a similar course laid out in the 2013 Baden Classic rally......After we go through the BZK 38 control we will turn left at the next cross-over to loop back around to run through BZK 39 then go straight to leave the parking lot and drive toward some distant BZK 40.

Is it idiomatic to say "go straight to leave a place" to mean "leave the place immediately?

Thank you.
  • entangledbank

    Senior Member
    English - South-East England
    It means go directly ahead (go in a straight line) in order to leave the parking lot - or, if you go straight ahead you'll leave the parking lot.
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