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leaveverb

  • ja残していく、〜のままにする、放っておく
  • ento cause or allow to remain in the same place, condition, etc.

Examples

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When I'm ready, you will shut the trunk and leave me here for 30 minutes.
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I left a juice box and a diaper in there for you.
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- Oh. - So you're gonna be fine.
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It's just the wind, see? Nothing.
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Alright, you know, you don't have to leave the door wide open.
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We get it. It's the wind.
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Just come and shut — Oh, my God!
5.
Phyllis, what's happening?
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Are you gonna leave me in the street?
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I'll get you home.
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Now, they will come for us.
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If we give the babies, they might leave us alone.
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- No. - I stand with Baba Voss!
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Who’s out there? Hello?
2.
Who said that?
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Leave me alone! You better not eat my face!
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Stay away!
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1.
Hey, hey, leave our $2,400 down here.
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What, am I gonna spend it in the bath tub?
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- Just leave it on the counter. - Oh, fine!
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Who are you with anyway?
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Mom, Dad, please don't leave me!
3.
They're your folks?
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Just a minute there, folks!
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1.
I'm just really nervous.
2.
Please leave me alone.

Other meanings for leave...

leaveverb

  • ja去る、退く
  • ento go away from a place or a situation, either permanently or for a temporary period
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I'm leaving.
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Don't leave me!
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I hate to be alone.
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Looks like I'm leaving sooner than I thought.
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- Never forget me! - Ugh.
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Alright, I'm leaving. I'm going.
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Alright.
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Can you take me with you?
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No, you stay. You stay.
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See you guys.
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1.
- Please treat her with respect. - I'm gonna go.
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- Don't leave. Please don't leave. - Um, I'll call you.
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1.
Mom, please leave.
2.
After you finish your vegetables.
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1.
Could you please leave?
2.
I'm leaving!

leaveverb

  • ja任せる、預ける
  • ento deliver, deposit, or entrust, so as to be kept or attended to later
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This envelope contains the inheritance my uncle left me.
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He died a year ago.
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He was so rich, he had a whole room in his house just to eat in.
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You mean like a dining room?
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- Yeah, but in Manhattan. - Oh, dang.
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Now, just because I'm definitely rich now, doesn't mean I'm gonna forget my roots.
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You all get something, so fire away.
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This is Mr. Buddy Boyle, Heckles' attorney.
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He'd like to talk to you.
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Okay, what can we do for you?
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Alright, kids.
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Here's the deal.
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According to my client's will,
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he wants to leave all his earthly possessions to the "noisy girls in the apartment above mine."
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So you've been lying to me.
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I did what any parent would have done.
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Can't leave his fate up to the courtroom.
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My only job now is trying to protect our son.
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She left you something too.
2.
Aww, that's so nice of her.
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And it's a big jar of brown sludge that smells like death.
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I thought this year, I'll take my holiday a little bit early,
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which means I'm leaving it up to you guys to make the world a better place.
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1.
Mario!
2.
I guess this is farewell, brother.
3.
I'll leave the rest to you.
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Hey, man.
2.
You can just leave it right there.
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Good seeing you.
4.
Yeah, you too.
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Enjoy the day.