Phrasal Verbs with leave in English

The verb to leave [liːv] is an irregular verb. Its main forms are presented in the table:

InfinitivePast SimplePast Participle
to leaveleftleft

Also, leave can be used as a noun.

Let’s consider common phrasal verbs with to leave in the English:

  • leave aside
    • Leaving the expense aside, do we actually need a second car?
  • leave against
    • Do patients pay when they leave against medical advice?
  • leave at
    • You’re free to leave at any time
  • leave behind
    • Can you tell me the time? I’ve left my watch behind 
    • The last government has left behind a terrible debt
    • Britain is being left behind in the race for new markets
  • leave for 
    • I left for work at 6
  • leave in
    • We’ll be leaving in 10 minutes
  • leave next to 
    • Come in and leave it next to the bed
  • leave on 
    • I’ll arrive on Wednesday and leave on Saturday
  • leave off
    • Let’s start from where we left off yesterday
  • leave out 
    • She was upset about being left out of the team
  • leave over
    • Those who were on leave over Christmas have returned
  • leave under
    • Тwenty percent would not leave under any circumstances
  • leave until 
    • My brother has left his revision until the last minute again
  • leave up to
    • Meanwhile on identification of the reasons of the current accident can leave up to three months
  • leave with
    • I leave with you, peacefully

Phrasal Verbs with ‘leave’!

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