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leave sth aside

verb uk phrasal verb with leave   /liːv/ (left, left) us  
to not discuss one subject so that you can discuss a different subject: Leaving aside the question of cost, how many people do we need on the job?
Translations of “leave sth aside”
in Chinese (Traditional) 將(話題等)擱置,將…放在一邊…
in Chinese (Simplified) 将(话题等)搁置,将…放在一边…
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