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leave

verb [T] (WAIT) 等待     /liːv/ (left)
If you leave (doing) something, you wait before you do it 等一段時間再做 I'll leave these letters till Monday (= write them on Monday). 這些信我週一再寫。 Don't leave it too late (= Don't wait too long to do it). 別拖得太久了。 [+ -ing verb] They left booking their holiday till/to the last minute. 他們拖到最後才去預訂渡假旅遊。 WaitingStaying and remaining
(Definition of leave verb (WAIT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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