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Leave Noun Synonyms
go (away or off), depart, set off, be off, get away or off, retire, retreat, withdraw, decamp, (make an) exit, run, be gone, bid (someone or something) goodbye, say goodbye or adieu (to), take (one's) leave (of), quit, desert, pull out, check out, fly
Please leave at once. May I leave the room? She left him alone.

Leave Verb Synonyms
lend, advance, allow, credit
The bank loaned us enough money to buy a car.

departure
He took his leave of us at last.

go or run off, deviate from
The car left the road and hit a tree.

permission, authorization, consent, freedom, liberty, license, sanction, dispensation
Who gave you leave to borrow my car? .

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