leaveverbuk us /liːv/ (left, left)
leave verb (GO AWAY)
- I didn't leave the office until eight o'clock last night.
- A young girl was crying, protesting that she didn't want to leave her mother.
- We gathered our things together and left quickly.
- Soon we had left the river estuary and were heading towards the open sea .
- Your flight to Perth will leave from Terminal 4.
leave verb (NOT TAKE)
- Guests are advised not to leave any articles of value in their hotel rooms.
- Never leave your luggage unattended.
- It's considered good manners in some societies to leave a little food on your plate.
- She absent-mindedly left her umbrella on the bus.
- That's funny - I'm sure I left my keys here.
leave verb (REMAIN)
leave verb (NOT USE ALL)
You can also find related words, phrases, and synonyms in the topics:
leave verb (STOP)
- She walked straight into a well-paid job after leaving university.
- I never get to see her now that she's left the company.
- He left the priesthood to get married.
- My contract specifies that I must give a month's notice if I leave my job.
- After I leave college, I want to travel round the world.
- all good things (must) come to an end idiom
- and have done with it idiom
- be over the hump idiom
- knock off (sth)
- lay sth to rest idiom
- lay the ghost of sth (to rest) idiom
- leave it at that idiom
- the curtain falls on sth idiom
- to the bitter end idiom
- top sth off
leave verb (END RELATIONSHIP)
leave verb (WAIT)
leave verb (AFTER DEATH)
leave verb (GIVE RESPONSIBILITY)
leavenounuk us /liːv/
leave noun (HOLIDAY)
leave noun (PERMISSION)
leave noun (GOODBYE)