The Word is:”leave”

leave1

/liːv/

verb

verb: leave; 3rd person present: leaves; past tense: left; past participle: left; gerund or present participle: leaving
1.go away from.
“she left London on June 6”
synonyms: depart from, go away from, go from, withdraw from, retire from, take oneself off from, exit from, take one’s leave of, pull out of, quit, be gone from, decamp from, disappear from, abandon, vacate, absent oneself from, evacuate; More
antonyms: arrive, come, stay
depart from permanently.
“at the age of sixteen he left home”
cease attending (a school or college) or working for (an organization).
“she is leaving the BBC after 20 years”
synonyms: quit, give up, abandon, move from, resign from, retire from, bow out of, step down from, withdraw from, get out of, pull out of, back out of
“he left his job in November”
antonyms: stay in
2.allow or cause to remain.
“the parts he disliked he would alter and the parts he didn’t dislike he’d leave”
remain to be used or dealt with.
“we’ve even got one of the Christmas puddings left over from last year”
go away from a place without taking (someone or something).
“we had not left any of our belongings behind”
synonyms: leave behind, omit to take, forget, lose, mislay
“she left her handbag on a bus”
abandon (a spouse or partner).
“her boyfriend left her for another woman”
synonyms: abandon, desert, discard, turn one’s back on, cast aside, cast off, jilt, leave in the lurch, leave high and dry, throw over, leave stranded, brush off; More
antonyms: stay with
have as (a surviving relative) after one’s death.
“he leaves a wife and three children”
bequeath (property) to a person or other beneficiary by a will.
“he left £500 to the National Asthma Campaign”
synonyms: bequeath, will, endow, hand down, transfer, convey, make over; More
3.cause (someone or something) to be in a particular state or position.
“he’ll leave you in no doubt about what he thinks”
let (someone) do or deal with something without offering help or assistance.
“infected people are often rejected by family and friends, leaving them to face this chronic condition alone”
synonyms: entrust, hand over, pass on, refer; More
cause to remain as a trace or record.
“dark fruit that would leave purple stains on the table napkins”
synonyms: cause, produce, generate, give rise to, result in
“the speech left some feelings of disappointment”
deposit or entrust to be kept, collected, or attended to.
“she left a note for me”
entrust a decision, choice, or action to (someone else, especially someone considered better qualified).
“the choice of which link to take is generally left up to the reader”

noun

noun: leave; plural noun: leaves
1.(in snooker, croquet, and other games) the position in which a player leaves the balls for the next player.

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