Maybe if you described in a little detail how you are using the word "excused", we could help you choose another more appropriate word. For example, do you mean that Vira ended their relationship, left the company of Dino for a period of time etc.?
Thanks for all the efforts to answer. What I mean was Vira and Dino are at a party and they are in one table. Somebody wanted to talk to Vira so she said "excuse me" to Dino. I don't know how to state it.
It depends on whether you are going to give Vira a bit of dialogue, and what the relationship is between her and Dino.
It could be:
"Sorry Dino, I have to talk to Clara", said Vira, as she made her excuses and left the table.
Vira excused herself and left Dino alone at the table.
Vira made her excuses, stood up and walked across the room.
I have just posted this in another of your threads, but I think it's relevant here:
The thought occurs to me that, if you are doing an analysis of a television series, you may be worrying too much about getting nearly every word of the dialogue into your analysis. A broader summary might suffice.