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Adjective
On west side when facing north
“She was the victim of another stroke last March which affected the left side of her body and impaired her vision.”
Adjective
Politically radical
“The play offers a new perspective on left politics.”
Adjective
Abandoned
Noun
A political belief stressing progress, the essential goodness of humankind, and individual freedom
“… a rising politician who is being hailed as the new voice of the left.”
Verb
(of a place or location) Simple past tense for to go or get away from
“We've got to make a decision. Leave this town tonight or live and die this way.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to set off on a journey
“It was time to leave on our holiday and we were really excited.”
Verb
(of a person or object) Simple past tense for to leave behind
“Karl would leave his wife for a younger woman, a move that would be condemned by virtually the entire nation.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to trust to the care of
“I would feel confident to leave the completion of this project in your care.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to give, especially by way of a will after one's passing
“He would leave everything to his wife and family after his death.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to cause to remain as a trace or record
“My inelegant eating habits, in combination with last night's pasta, would leave several greasy stains on my favorite shirt.”
Verb
(of an object or person) Simple past tense for to put in a specific location
“You can leave your coat on the rack next to the door.”
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Simple past tense for to delay taking action
“That's not really important. We can leave that for later.”
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Simple past tense for to stop taking action
“You have to leave your nosing around in other people's affairs right now.”
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Simple past tense for to stop attending or belonging to a particular organization or institution
“Bill would leave Harvard to found one of the most successful software companies of all time.”
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Simple past tense for to lose by inadvertently leaving behind
“Be careful not to leave your handbag on the train.”
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Simple past tense for to allow to continue
“Nothing is broken. Let's just leave things as they are.”
Verb
(of a place or location) Past participle for to go or get away from
“We've got to make a decision. Leave this town tonight or live and die this way.”
Verb
(of a person or object) Past participle for to leave behind
“Karl would leave his wife for a younger woman, a move that would be condemned by virtually the entire nation.”
Verb
Past participle for to trust to the care of
“I would feel confident to leave the completion of this project in your care.”
Verb
Past participle for to cause to remain as a trace or record
“My inelegant eating habits, in combination with last night's pasta, would leave several greasy stains on my favorite shirt.”
Verb
(of an object or person) Past participle for to put in a specific location
“You can leave your coat on the rack next to the door.”
Verb
Past participle for to delay taking action
“That's not really important. We can leave that for later.”
Verb
Past participle for to stop taking action
“You have to leave your nosing around in other people's affairs right now.”
Verb
Past participle for to stop attending or belonging to a particular organization or institution
“Bill would leave Harvard to found one of the most successful software companies of all time.”
Verb
Past participle for to lose by inadvertently leaving behind
“Be careful not to leave your handbag on the train.”
Verb
Past participle for to allow to continue
“Nothing is broken. Let's just leave things as they are.”
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