leaveverbuk /liːv/ 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)
leave verb (REMAIN)
leave verb (NOT USE ALL)
You can also find related words, phrases, and synonyms in the topics:
leave verb (STOP)
- 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 /liːv/ us /liːv/
leave noun (HOLIDAY)
leave noun (PERMISSION)
leave noun (GOODBYE)