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desert

verb
 
/dɪˈzɜːt/
to leave a place, so that it is empty
abbandonare
People desert the city on summer weekends and go to the beaches.
to leave the army without permission
disertare
He deserted his post.
to leave someone and never come back
abbandonare
He deserted his wife and children.
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