leave out


leave out
omit, skip, not include; not say, not do

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • leave out — (someone/something) to omit someone or something. You left out the best parts of the story. How many friends did you have to leave out of the guest list for the wedding? …   New idioms dictionary

  • leave out — ► leave out fail to include. Main Entry: ↑leave …   English terms dictionary

  • leave out — index bar (exclude), block, censor, delete, disregard, eliminate (exclude), estrange …   Law dictionary

  • leave out — verb 1. prevent from being included or considered or accepted (Freq. 3) The bad results were excluded from the report Leave off the top piece • Syn: ↑exclude, ↑except, ↑leave off, ↑omit, ↑take out …   Useful english dictionary

  • leave out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms leave out : present tense I/you/we/they leave out he/she/it leaves out present participle leaving out past tense left out past participle left out 1) to not include someone or something She feels left out… …   English dictionary

  • leave out — PHRASAL VERB If you leave someone or something out of an activity, collection, discussion, or group, you do not include them in it. [V n P of n] Some would question the wisdom of leaving her out of the team... [V P n (not pron)] If you prefer… …   English dictionary

  • leave out — verb To omit, to not include, to neglect to mention The journalist decided to leave out certain details from her story …   Wiktionary

  • leave out — not include, discard    Leave out the cracked dishes. We ll throw them away …   English idioms

  • leave out — Synonyms and related words: ban, bar, bar out, blockade, count out, cut off, debar, embargo, exclude, freeze out, ignore, keep out, lock out, omit, ostracize, pass over, preclude, prohibit, reject, relegate, repudiate, send to Coventry, shut out …   Moby Thesaurus

  • leave out — {v. phr.} To skip; omit. * /The printer accidentally left out two paragraphs from Alan s novel./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • leave out — {v. phr.} To skip; omit. * /The printer accidentally left out two paragraphs from Alan s novel./ …   Dictionary of American idioms


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