leave sth in your wake Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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leave sth in your wake

to go ​somewhere new, ​leavingproblems, ​confusion, etc. behind you, that you have ​caused: Soldiers ​rampaged through the ​town, ​leavingchaos in ​their wake.
(Definition of leave sth in your wake from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “leave sth in your wake”
in Chinese (Simplified) (离开某地)留下(麻烦或一片混乱等)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (離開某地)留下(麻煩或一片混亂等)…
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