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2 Translation results for leave in Spanish

verb | noun

leave verb

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left, has left, is leaving, leaves
dejar, legar; irse, salir, partir, marcharse; abandonar; olvidarse de

Example sentences of
leave verb

  • She left her friends and went home.
  • You may leave your things in this room.

Detailed synonyms for leave verb

See: Abandon, Go, Let

leave noun

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leaves
permiso

Example sentences of
leave noun

  • He took an unpaid leave from work.
  • The soldiers were given a two-month leave for the holidays.
  • He took a few months' leave to care for his sick mother.
  • Our professor is on leave this semester.
  • She is on leave from her law firm.
  • a soldier on military leave
  • I beg leave to differ with you, sir.
  • He was found guilty but was granted leave to appeal against the verdict.

Detailed synonyms for leave noun

See: Permission

Phrasal verbs for leave

Related phrases for leave

Reverse translation for leave

dejar  - to leave, to abandon, to forsake, to let be, to let go, to allow, to permit 
legar  - to bequeath, to hand down, to delegate 
irse  - to leave, to go, to leak, to be used up, to be gone 
salir  - to go out, to come out, to get out, to set out, to leave, to depart, to appear, to project, to stick out, to cost, to come to, to turn out, to prove, to come up, to occur 
partir  - to cut, to split, to leave, to depart, to break, to crack, to share (out), to divide 
marcharse  - to leave 
abandonar  - to abandon, to leave, to give up, to quit, to drop out 
permiso  - permission, permit, license, leave, furlough 
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