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leave

noun /liːv/
permission to do something, eg to be absent
permiso, licencia
May I have your leave to go?
(especially of soldiers, sailors etc) a holiday
permiso
He is home on shore leave at the moment.
take one’s leave (of) to say goodbye (to)
despedirse de alguien
I took my leave (of the others) and went out.
Translations of “leave”
in Arabic إجازة…
in Korean 휴가…
in Malaysian kebenaran, cuti…
in French permission…
in Turkish izin, dinlenme…
in Italian licenza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 假日, 假,假日,假期…
in Russian отпуск…
in Polish urlop…
in Vietnamese sự cho phép, sự được phép nghỉ…
in Portuguese licença…
in Thai การอนุญาตให้ลา, วันหยุด…
in German die Erlaubnis, der Urlaub…
in Catalan permís…
in Japanese 休暇…
in Indonesian izin, liburan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 假日, 假,假日,假期…
(Definition of leave from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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