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Translation of "leave" - English-Korean dictionary

leave

verb
 
/liːv/ ( present participle leaving, past tense and past participle left)
A1 to go away from a place
떠나다
I leave work at five o’clock. They left for Paris last night. She left school at 16.
A2 to not take something with you when you go away from a place
두고 오다
I left my jacket in the car. She left a letter for me in the kitchen.
A2 to not use all of something
남겨 두다
They drank all the juice but they left some food.
A2 to put something in a place where it will stay
그대로 두다
You can leave your bags at the station.
A2 to put something somewhere for another person to have later
남겨 주다
I left some sandwiches for them.
B1 to end a relationship with a husband, wife, or partner and stop living with him or her
헤어지다
I’ll never leave you. She left him for a younger man.
to give something to someone after you die
(유산을) 남겨주다
His aunt left him a lot of money. He left the house to Julia.
leave someone alone to stop speaking to someone
-를 혼자 있게 해 주다
Leave me alone! I’m trying to work.
leave something open, on, off, etc. to make something stay open, on, off, etc.
-한 채로 두다
Who left the window open?
(Definition of leave verb from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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