EXITADO ortographic mistake for EXCITADO, past tense of the verb EXCITAR, to produce the initiation or the intensification of an activity, state or feeling. In spanish TENER ÉXITO means having succes. There is no such a verb EXITAR for having succes. More to it EXIT in spanish is SALIDA and TO EXIT is SALIR Some synonyms, words or similar expressions can be excitado, turn on, hot
"George, I am pretty angry. This is the fourth time in this week that you are late. What does this mean? - That today is thursday, sir. Jorge estoy excitado. Es la cuarta vez en la semana que llega atrasado. ¿Qué significa esto? -Que hoy es jueves,"