English to German Meaning :: leave

verlassen, lassen, hinterlassen, abgeben, gehen, überlassen, belassen, abreisen, stehen lassen, zurücklassen, austreten, abfahren, liegen lassen, fortgehen, vergessen, abgehen, abfliegen, sein lassen, ausfahren, vermachen, übrig bleiben, vererben, fortfahren, sich entfernen, hinausfahrenUrlaub, Erlaubnis
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verlassen
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Noun(1) the period of time during which you are absent from work or duty(2) permission to do something(3) the act of departing politely
Verb(1) go away from a place(2) go and leave behind, either intentionally or by neglect or forgetfulness(3) act or be so as to become in a specified state(4) leave unchanged or undisturbed or refrain from taking(5) move out of or depart from(6) make a possibility or provide opportunity for; permit to be attainable or cause to remain(7) produce as a result or residue(8) remove oneself from an association with or participation in(9) put into the care or protection of someone(10) leave or give by will after one's death(11) have left or have as a remainder(12) be survived by after one's death(13) transmit (knowledge or skills(14) leave behind unintentionally

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(1) Don't leave me to deal with him and the men and the press, and all of that all over again.(2) He sought leave to make an application to discharge the court order made last April.(3) No-one issued a bill is allowed to leave Australia until every last cent has been paid off.(4) How often do older men leave their high school sweethearts and marry a younger woman?(5) I also seek leave to file in Court and read an affidavit sworn today.(6) the parts he disliked he would alter, and the parts he didn't dislike he'd leave(7) The three-year-old's remains had just recently been allowed to leave Thailand.(8) Coming so close to the end, they also tend to leave the biggest impression.(9) I also seek leave to table the transcript in which the Prime Minister said there were no positive tests.(10) Instead, able-bodied men in their thousands had leave to seek a livelihood abroad.(11) That being the case, I seek leave to ask the Minister whether he will provide us with that legal opinion.(12) I'll leave it up to you(13) he'll leave you in no doubt about what he thinks(14) The buses leave just about every hour on the hour.(15) However, it would leave such a nasty stain and I was so lucky this year to have such a clean locker.(16) leave space at the top of the page
Related Words
(1) to leave ::
verlassen
(2) leave me alone ::
Lass mich allein
(3) leave behind ::
zurücklassen
(4) leave out ::
auslassen
(5) leave it ::
Lass es
(6) leave alone ::
allein lassen
(7) leave over ::
übrig lassen
(8) leave a message ::
hinterlass eine Nachricht
(9) annual leave ::
Jahresurlaub
(10) leave home ::
Zuhause verlassen
Synonyms
Noun
1. permission ::
Genehmigung
2. vacation ::
Ferien
3. parting ::
Abschied
4. leave of absence ::
Urlaub
Verb
5. depart from ::
fahren von
7. abandon ::
verlassen
8. quit ::
Verlassen
9. leave behind ::
zurücklassen
10. entrust ::
anvertrauen
11. bequeath ::
vererben
12. cause ::
Ursache
13. will ::
werden
14. allow ::
ermöglichen
15. forget ::
vergessen
16. result ::
Ergebnis
17. get out ::
geh raus
18. go away ::
Geh weg
19. pull up stakes ::
Pull-up-Einsätze
20. give ::
geben
Different Forms
leave, leaved, leaving
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

- Sounds fun.
- I\'ll leave the details up to you.

- Sounds fun. - I'll LEAVE the details up to you.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 2


If you leave,
who\'s left to give me advice I trust?

If you LEAVE, who's left to give me advice I trust?

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 10


You and your men must leave here in the morning.

You and your men must LEAVE here in the morning.

Vikings Season 1, Episode 9


- You want me to leave the apartment?
- Yes.

- You want me to LEAVE the apartment? - Yes.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 2


So leave if you want to.

So LEAVE if you want to.

Vikings Season 1, Episode 8


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