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VERB 离开（某处或某人） If you leave a place or person, you go away from that place or person.
He would not be allowed to leave the country...
I simply couldn't bear to leave my little girl...
VERB 脱离；退出；辞去 If you leave an institution, group, or job, you permanently stop attending that institution, being a member of that group, or doing that job.
He left school with no qualifications...
I am leaving to concentrate on writing fiction.
VERB 抛下，离弃（配偶）；离开（关系亲密的人） If you leave your husband, wife, or some other person with whom you have had a close relationship, you stop living with them or you finish the relationship.
He'll never leave you. You need have no worry...
I would be insanely jealous if Bill left me for another woman.
VERB 放下；丢下；把…交给 If you leave something or someone in a particular place, you let them remain there when you go away. If you leave something or someone with a person, you let them remain with that person so they are safe while you are away.
I left my bags in the car...
Don't leave your truck there...
VERB 留（信息、口信） If you leave a message or an answer, you write it, record it, or give it to someone so that it can be found or passed on.
You can leave a message on our answering machine...
Decide whether the ball is in square A, B, C, or D, then call and leave your answer...
VERB 剩下，留下（某人做某事） If you leave someone doing something, they are doing that thing when you go away from them.
Salter drove off, leaving Callendar surveying the scene.
VERB 听任（某人做某事）；听（某人）自便 If you leave someone to do something, you go away from them so that they do it on their own. If you leave someone to himself or herself, you go away from them and allow them to be alone.
I'd better leave you to get on with it, then...
Diana took the hint and left them to it...
VERB 留出（一定的量）备用 To leave an amount of something means to keep it available after the rest has been used or taken away.
He always left a little food for the next day...
Double rooms at any of the following hotels should leave you some change from £150.
VERB （数目相减后）剩余，余下 If you take one number away from another, you can say that it leaves the number that remains. For example, five take away two leaves three.
VERB （尤指把令人不快或困难的事）留给，扔给（某人） To leave someone with something, especially when that thing is unpleasant or difficult to deal with, means to make them have it or make them responsible for it.
...a crash which left him with a broken collarbone...
He left me with a child to support.
VERB 招致；造成 If an event leaves people or things in a particular state, they are in that state when the event has finished.
...violent disturbances which have left at least ten people dead...
The documentary left me in a state of shock...
VERB （常指因不喜欢而）不碰（食物或饮料） If you leave food or drink, you do not eat or drink it, often because you do not like it.
If you don't like the cocktail you ordered, just leave it and try a different one.
VERB 留下（痕迹、影响等） If something leaves a mark, effect, or sign, it causes that mark, effect, or sign to remain as a result.
A muscle tear will leave a scar after healing...
She left a lasting impression on him.
VERB 使处于（某个状态或位置） If you leave something in a particular state, position, or condition, you let it remain in that state, position, or condition.
He left the album open on the table...
I've left the car lights on...
VERB （有意）留出（空间） If you leave a space or gap in something, you deliberately make that space or gap.
Leave a gap at the top and bottom so air can circulate.
VERB 把（工作）交托；把（决定或选择权）留交 If you leave a job, decision, or choice to someone, you give them the responsibility for dealing with it or making it.
Affix the blue airmail label and leave the rest to us...
The judge should not have left it to the jury to decide...
VERB （安排、协议等很大程度上）视乎，取决于 If you say that something such as an arrangement or an agreement leaves a lot to another thing or person, you are critical of it because it is not adequate and its success depends on the other thing or person.
The ceasefire leaves a lot to the goodwill of the forces involved...
It's a vague formulation that leaves much to the discretion of local authorities.
VERB 限制（某人于某一行动或机会） To leave someone with a particular course of action or the opportunity to do something means to let it be available to them, while restricting them in other ways.
This left me only one possible course of action...
He was left with no option but to resign.
VERB 搁延（至某一时刻） If you leave something until a particular time, you delay doing it or dealing with it until then.
Don't leave it all until the last minute.
VERB 搁下，转换（话题） If you leave a particular subject, you stop talking about it and start discussing something else.
I think we'd better leave the subject of Nationalism...
He suggested we get together for a drink sometime. I said I'd like that, and we left it there.
VERB （死后）遗留 If you leave property or money to someone, you arrange for it to be given to them after you have died.
He died two and a half years later, leaving everything to his wife.
VERB （身后）留下（配偶或孩子） If you say that someone leaves a wife, husband, or a particular number of children, you mean that the wife, husband, or children remain alive after that person has died.
It is for his humanity as much as his music that his numerous friends and pupils will remember him. He leaves a wife, son and daughter.
N-UNCOUNT 假期；休假 Leave is a period of time when you are not working at your job, because you are on holiday or vacation, or for some other reason. If you are on leave, you are not working at your job.
Why don't you take a few days' leave?
N-UNCOUNT 准许；许可 If you ask for leave to do something, you ask for permission to do it.
...an application for leave to appeal against the judge's order.
PHRASE 听…自便；随…去；不打扰 If you leave someone or something alone, or if you leave them be, you do not pay them any attention or bother them.
Some people need to confront a traumatic past; others find it better to leave it alone...
Why can't you leave him be?
PREP-PHRASE 姑莫论；搁置一旁 You use leaving aside or leaving to one side when mentioning a fact or detail that you want to ignore when making a general statement.
Leaving aside the question of privacy, constant surveillance can be remarkably convenient.
PHRASE 告别；辞别 When you take your leave or take leave of someone, you say goodbye and go.
He thanked them for the pleasure of their company and took his leave.
PHRASE 不要弄巧成拙；不要没事找事 If someone tells you to leave well alone, they are telling you not to interfere in something, because it is all right as it is and you might only make it worse.
He knew when to leave well alone and when to interfere.
PHRASE （从…）中断之处，停止之处 If something continues from where it left off, it starts happening again at the point where it had previously stopped.
As soon as the police disappear the violence will take up from where it left off.