Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Leave"

The meaning of "Leave" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does 'without leave' mean?
A: @wind93: I agree with @RJ-G. It's most often encountered in the acronym AWL (pronounced A-Wall in the 'states ) meaning: absent without a leave = away and unaccounted for without permission
Q: What does just leave. mean?
A: Means go away, don't talk to me, leave me alone.
Q: What does leave it better than you found it. mean?
A: It means if you go somewhere, like a park, don't leave trash lying around and if you see other trash lying around you should pick it up because you want to leave the place better then you found it.
It's mostly used for camping though. Like, don't leave trash around your camp site and pick up other trash you may find.
Q: What does leave in peace mean?
A: It means to go away and leave someone alone. To stop bothering that person.
Q: What does parental leave policies mean?
A: It's a leave people are legally entitled to by the government when they have a child. The duration varies between different countries

Example sentences using "Leave"

Q: Please show me example sentences with left off.
A: Everyone was invited but Dave. He got left off.

I feel so left off! Everyone but me knows the secret!
Q: Please show me example sentences with leave it up to you.
A: I’d like it if we went to the park but I’ll leave it up to you.
We can go shopping or go to dinner, I’ll leave it up to you.
You know nothing about Chinese history, I don’t know why she’d leave it up to you.

Hope that helps :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with leave out.
A: not include somethimg or someone

Everybody was invited to the party but me. They left me out. I wasn't invited.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I left *** behind.
A: I left my bag behind
I left her behind
I left it behind
I left my phone behind
-is that what you meant?
Q: Please show me example sentences with leave.
A: leave means to go away

I will leave my office at 5

Synonyms of "Leave" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between •If we leave now, we will be able to get there by one o'clock. and •If we left now, we would be able to get there by 1:00. ?
A: The first one is correct. The second one doesn't make sense because left is the past tense and now is the present tense.
Q: What is the difference between Leave and left ?
A: left is past tense: he left the room
leave is present: I am going to leave
Q: What is the difference between leave a place and Go out of a place ?
A: No difference, "go out of a place" is just a more simple phrase for "leaving a place"! hopefully I explained that well. (:
Q: What is the difference between leave and abandon ?
A: @Josuecimarrron: leave es el verbo que describe una situacion cuando un hombre (o mujer xd) sale de un situo. peroo abandon es una palabra cual se describe una acción de abandono, tiene un significado mas pesado.
Q: What is the difference between to leave and to stay ?
A: To leave is to go away from a place and to stay is to NOT go away from a place. Stay is often used in relation to someone else leaving, for example:

"You stay here while I go find the object."

Here the person is talking about leaving (to go away and find the object) while suggesting that the other person doesn't go away from the place.

Translations of "Leave"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? leave
A: Practice working on your "v" sound
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i can't leave you.
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? live, leave - native speakers please, say these words.
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? leave (pronunciacion)
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What should I subject when I send a leave application to my boss by Email?
A: "What should I put in the Subject line when I send a leave application (request) to my boss by email?"

Other questions about "Leave"

Q: leave it to me, I'm pretty ace at playing this video game. Does this sound natural?
A: @imarle If you want to say you are very good you could say "I'm a pro" (meaning like a professional) or "I'm an expert", but if you just want to say that you are good and not extremely good then you could say just "good" or "pretty good"
Q: He would've left her knocked up Does this sound natural?
A: It sounds natural, but I would say "He would've left her after he got her knocked up."However, yours sounds fine, it just has a different meaning.
Q: He will leave here soon unless you don't care of him. Does this sound natural?
A: Pronounciation was pretty good and I could understand easily. But the sentence is incorrect. I'm also unsure what you are trying to say.

'He will leave here soon unless you don't care for him.'
'He will leave here soon unless you don't take care of him.'

These sentences don't really make sense, 'He will leave here soon, unless you care for/take care of him.' makes more sense though it is opposite to what you wrote.
Q: Finally he just leave from me Does this sound natural?
A: "Finally, he just left me". 😊
Q: leave a seat Does this sound natural?
A: It entirely depends. It's natural if it means to stand up and go away from a seat, e.g. "Please do not leave your seat during takeoff."

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