We'll leave that out then.
vt. to leave sb to do sth：听任某人做某事
I'd better leave you to get on with it.
The shop assistants leave you to yourself to try things on.
The free-market economy, left to itself, is subject to periods of inflation.
Left to themselves, our kids would spend most of their time watching TV.
vt. to leave sb with sth：弃某人于困境；把讨厌的事推给别人；让某人对某事负责
He was left with the difficult task of telling his in-laws.
vt. to leave sb with sth：限制某人于某一行动（或机会）
I was left with no option but to resign.
vt. to leave sth to sb;to leave sb sth：（死后）把…遗赠给某人，把…留给某人
He left all his property to his wife.
vt. to leave sth to sb：将…交由某人；把…留交某人
It was left to him to make the final decision.
Leave the shopping to her.
Leave it to me!
vt. to leave sth until … ;to leave sth till … ：将…延期至…；把…耽搁至…
Leave the washing-up till morning.
Don't leave your homework until the last minute.
I've left the car lights on.
I left the front door unlocked.
Leave your key with a neighbour.
I left the kids with the babysitter for the day.
The accident left four people dead.
The news left me in a state of shock.
a crash which left him with a broken collarbone
I was left with a feeling of anti-climax.
My husband left me for another woman.
Will you leave your name and address?
Don't leave your camera in the car.
Leaving Rita in a bar, I made for the library.
It's difficult to remove stains left by red wine.
The operation will leave a scar after healing.
Childhood problems often leave emotional scars.
The hurricane left a trail of destruction in its wake.
Leave some of the stew for the boys.
It's bad manners to leave food on your plate.
He was not allowed to leave the country.
We leave London at six o'clock.
He drove off, leaving Jones surveying the scene.
I left the Democratic Party in the 1960s.
37 minus 14 leaves 23.
I had left my raincoat in the restaurant.
I've left my house keys at home.
Leave some space at the bottom of the page for your signature.
Right, we'll leave it at that for the moment and take a short break.
He leaves a wife and two children.
vi. to leave it at that：不再说（做）；到此为止
I said I was disappointed and I left it at that.
vi. to leave it/things too late：使坐失良机；使为时已晚
I couldn't get a cab because I'd left it too late to book.
vi. to leave much to be desired;to leave a lot to be desired：尚有许多需要改进之处；有待大幅度提高
The selection of TV programmes leaves a lot to be desired.
vi. to leave sb/sth alone;to leave sb/sth be：不打搅…；让…独自待着
Why can't you leave him be?
Leave me alone!
She's just left.
The bus leaves at 8.
The couple left by a side door.
The children had already left for school.
I hated my job, so I left.
Since my wife left I've felt depressed.
n. 准假；告假；休假；参见：sick leave;maternity leave;paternity leave
How much leave do you get?
My brother is on leave for a week.
vi. to leave go of sth;to leave hold of sth：松开某物；放开某物；放掉某物
vi. to leave well alone：不要弄巧成拙；不要画蛇添足；不如维持现状
n. by your leave;with your leave：如蒙允许；请允许我这么说
n. to take leave of your senses：发疯；行为不正常
n. to take your leave of sb;to take leave of sb：向某人告辞；向某人告别
n. without so much as a by your leave：擅自；不征得同意