leave sb/sth behind Meaning in Cambridge Learner Dictionary
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leave sb/sth behind

phrasal verb with leave
 
 
/liːv/ verb ( past tense and past participle left /left/)
A2 to leave a place without taking something or someone with you: We were in a hurry and I think I must have left my keys behind.Transferring and transporting objects
Translations of “leave sb/sth behind”
in Russian оставлять, забывать…
in Turkish unutmak, bırakmak, yanına almamak…
in Polish zostawiać kogoś/coś…
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