To send out leaves; to leaf; -- often with out.
- To go out of or away from: not allowed to leave the room.
- To go without taking or removing: left my book on the bus.
- To omit or exclude: left out the funniest part of the story.
- To have as a result, consequence, or remainder: The car left a trail of exhaust fumes. Two from eight leaves six.
- To cause or allow to be or remain in a specified state: left the lights on.
- To have remaining after death: left a young son.
- To bequeath: left her money to charity.
- To give over to another to control or act on: Leave all the details to us.
- To abandon or forsake: leave home; left her husband.
- To remove oneself from association with or participation in: left the navy for civilian life.
- To give or deposit, as for use or information, upon one's departure or in one's absence: He left a note for you. Leave your name and address.
- To cause or permit to be or remain: left myself plenty of time.
- Nonstandard To allow or permit; let.
- To set out or depart; go: When can you leave?
- To refrain from disturbing or interfering.
- leave off To stop; cease.
- leave off To stop doing or using.
- leave no stone unturned To make every possible effort.
- Permission to do something. See Synonyms at permission.
- Official permission to be absent from work or duty, as that granted to military or corporate personnel.
- The period of time granted by such permission. Also called leave of absence.
- An act of departing; a farewell: took leave of her with a heavy heart.
- To put forth foliage; leaf.
Malayalam MeaningTransliteration ON/OFF | Not Correct/Proper?
take leave of വിടകൊള്ളുക - take Leave Of Vidakolluka ;leave behind 1. പുറകിടുക 2. പിന്നിടുക - leave Behind 1. Purakiduka 2. Pinniduka ;വിട്ടുപോകുക - Vittupokuka ;ഏല്പ്പിക്കുക - Elppikkuka ;വിട്ടുകളയുക - Vittukalayuka ;നിക്ഷേപിക്കുക - Nikshepikkuka ;