To cause or allow (something) to remain as available; to refrain from taking (something) away; to stop short of consuming or otherwise depleting (something) entirely. (verb)
To transfer possession of after death. (verb)
To give (something) to someone; to deliver (something) to a repository; to deposit. (verb)
To transfer responsibility or attention of (something) (to someone); to stop being concerned with. (verb)
To depart from; to end one's connection or affiliation with. (verb)
To end one's membership in (a group); to terminate one's affiliation with (an organization); to stop participating in (a project). (verb)
To depart; to go away from a certain place or state. (verb)
To remain (behind); to stay. (verb)
To stop, desist from; to "leave off" (+ noun / gerund). (verb)
The action of the batsman not attempting to play at the ball. (noun)
The arrangement of balls in play that remains after a shot is made (which determines whether the next shooter — who may be either the same player, or an opponent — has good options, or only poor ones). (noun)
Permission to be absent; time away from one's work. (noun)
Farewell, departure. (noun)
To give leave to; allow; permit; let; grant. (verb)
Examples of word leave
But what that if, or if not, has to do with "leave me," we cannot conjecture; but this we do venture to conjecture, that to expect our graduate ever to _leave_ Mr Turner is one of the most hopeless of all Mr Turner's "Fallacies of Hope."
If you leave out his name leave out mine too—or as you like.
Your Reverence should know that I consider it very easy to have a house here for the accommodation of religious men; and I believe it would not be difficult (even without its being a monastery) to obtain leave to have mass said there, just as leave is often given to a private gentleman who has an oratory in his house.
[7 Hôtel des Quatre Nations.] of health, and obtain leave from the Quarantine for the passengers landing.
Audience members formed L-shapes with their hands - as in "leave" - and shooed her off the stage.