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From the English verb leave:
left is:
   Past Participle

left  Noun
  1. Translate "left" to Spanish: izquierda, la izquierda
    English Synonyms of "left": left hand, the left, the left hand
    Define meaning of "left": The hand that is on the left side of the body.
  2. Jab with your left.

  3. Translate "left" to Spanish: izquierda
    English Synonyms of "left": the left
    Define meaning of "left": Location near or direction toward the left side; i.e. the side to the north when a person or object faces east.
  4. She stood on the left.

  5. Translate "left" to Spanish: izquierda
    English Synonyms of "left": left wing, left-wing party
    Define meaning of "left": Those who support varying degrees of social or political or economic change designed to promote the public welfare. ; Believing in or supporting tenets of the political left.


left  Adjective
  1. Translate "left" to Spanish: izquierdo, siniestro
    English Synonyms of "left": left-hand, nigh
    Define meaning of "left": Intended for the left hand.
  2. I rarely lose a left-hand glove.

  3. Translate "left" to Spanish: a la izquierda
    English Synonyms of "left": to the left
    Define meaning of "left": Being or located on or directed toward the side of the body to the west when facing north.
  4. My left hand.
    Left center field.
    The left bank of a river is bank on your left side when you are facing downstream.

  5. Translate "left" to Spanish: sobrante, que queda, remanente, que resta
    English Synonyms of "left": remaining, surplus, leftover, pending, remanent, residual, remnant, residuary
    Define meaning of "left": Not used up.
  6. Leftover meatloaf.
    She had a little money left over so she went to a movie.
    Some odd dollars left.
    Saved the remaining sandwiches for supper.
    Unexpended provisions.

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  7. Translate "left" to Spanish: pendiente
    English Synonyms of "left": pending, on the wait list, unresolved, on the fire, pendent
    Define meaning of "left": Awaiting conclusion or confirmation.

  8. Translate "left" to Spanish: izquierdo, situado a la izquierda, de la izquierda, orientado a la izquierda, sinestroso
    English Synonyms of "left": placed to the left, located on the left, of the left, oriented toward the left, sinistral, sinistrous

left  Interjection
  1. Translate "left" to Spanish: izquierda, vuelta izquierda
    English Synonyms of "left": left turn, left wheel

Conceptually-related expressions of "left"
a little bit to the left
a little bit toward the left
at her left
at his left
at my left
at our left
at the left
at their left
at your left
auricle of left atrium
be a lot of food left over
be a lot of time left
be absolutely nothing left
be almost nothing left
be better left unsaid
be called a left-winger
be left
be left after
be left alone
be left alone without
be left amazed
be left as
be left at
be left behind
be left between
be left breathless
be left broke
be left by
be left cold
be left dumb
be left dumbfounded
be left exposed
be left friendless
be left homeless
be left naked
be left on
be left on hold
be left openmouthed
be left out
be left out of
be left over
be left penniless
be left speechless
be left stranded
be left undone
be left waiting
be left-wing
be left with
be left without
be left without words
be left without work
be little left
be little left to
be moved to the left
be no more left
be no time left
be not any room left
be not any seats left
be not much time left
be nothing else left
be nothing left
be nothing left but
be plenty left
bet the left nut
bet your left nut
cardiac notch of left lung
crescent depicted with the horns directed towards the left side
cut to the left
deviation to the left
displacement to the left
door to the left
double-outlet left ventricle
extreme left
extreme-left
extreme-left party
extreme-left politician
extreme left-wing
eyes left
eyes to the left
far-left
fear of things on the left side
flush left
Fly In, Top Left
for the left hand
from right to left
give one's left ball
give one's left nut
go left
gripe one's left nut
gripe someone's left nut
hang a left
hard left
hard-left
have a little time left
have a lot of time left
have a mark left by
have a whole lot of time left
have left
have little left
have little left to
have little time left
have lots of time left
have much time left
have no time left
have not much time left
have nothing left
have nothing left but
have nothing left but to
have some time left
have very little left
have very much time left
horizontal fissure of the left lung
if left to itself
inclined to the left
inclined toward the left
inclined towards the left
irrational fear of things on the left side
ischemic contracture of the left ventricle
justification of the margins of a text either to the right or to the left
keep on your toes or you'll be left behind
keep to the left
Latin American Left
lingula of left lung
located on the left
loony left
lower left corner
make a left
make a left turn
make a turn to the left
move left
move to the left
move towards the left
movement to the left
no sooner had he left
no sooner had she left
oblique vein of left atrium
oblique vein of the left atrium
oblique vein of the left auricle
of the left
of the left foot
on the left
orientation toward the left
oriented toward the left
phobia of things on the left side
placed to the left
posterior vein of left ventricle
quality of being left-handed
quarter left
radically extreme left
retrograde blood flow coming from the left ventricle
rhetorical device of suddenly stopping in the middle of a sentence to let grasp what is left unsaid
right and left
right-and-left screw
right-left discrimination
right-left orientation
right-to-left
right-to-left shunt
scapuloanterior left
shift to the left
state or quality of being on the left
staunch left-wing
strip of land left unplowed
study of those animals that are known only by the footprints they left
superior lobe of the left lung
take a left
tending toward the left
tending toward the political left
the left
the left hand
the left-out
the left party
the left wing
the party of the left
the right and left
the right and the left
there's nothing left
there's nothing left but ruins
tilted to the left
tilted toward the left
time left
to dead men and absent there are no friends left
to the left
to the left of
toward the left
toward the left side
towards the left
turn left
turn to the left
turned to the left
turning to the left
twisted to the left
unsophisticated individuals that exploit Internet security breaches left by crackers
upper left corner
upper part of the horse's tail left after clipping
use only the left hand
war does not determine who is right it determines who is left
we have enough time left
we have plenty of time left
what's left
what was left
which exhibits dominance of the left hand
which spirals upward from right to left
which turns to the left
with little time left
with the left hand
leave  Verb
Plural: leaves
  1. Translate "leave" to Spanish: salir, egresar, emigrar, irse, largarse, marcharse, partir, retirarse, zarpar, abandonar el lugar, coger el camino, irse con Dios, irse yendo, tomar la puerta, abrirse, borrarse, coger el hatillo, coger la puerta, exir, mocharse, najarse, pintarse, pirarse, tomar el hatillo, tomar el pendil, tomar el pendingue, tomar el portante, tomar pipa
    English Synonyms of "leave": go out, emigrate, exit, get out, pull out, come out, go, bop off, egress, depart
    Define meaning of "leave": Go away from a place. ; Move out of or depart from. ; Remove oneself from an association with or participation in.
  2. She went away yesterday, Ella se fue ayer.
    At what time does your train leave?
    She didn't leave until midnight.
    The ship leaves at midnight.
    Leave the room.
    The fugitive has left the country.
    She wants to leave.
    The teenager left home.
    She left her position with the Red Cross.
    He left the Senate after two terms.
    After 20 years with the same company, she pulled up stakes.

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  3. Translate "leave" to Spanish: dejar, irse
    English Synonyms of "leave": abandon, give up, lay off, quit
    Define meaning of "leave": Go and leave behind, either intentionally or by neglect or forgetfulness. ; Remove oneself from an association with or participation in.
  4. John left Ilse, Juan dejó a Ilse.
    She left a mess when she moved out.
    His good luck finally left him.
    Her husband left her after 20 years of marriage.
    She wept thinking she had been left behind.
    She wants to leave.
    The teenager left home.
    She left her position with the Red Cross.
    He left the Senate after two terms.
    After 20 years with the same company, she pulled up stakes.

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  5. Translate "leave" to Spanish: dejar, salir de, largarse de
    English Synonyms of "leave": come out from, come out of, get out of, draw out of, get outside, leave off, stroll out of, drop off
    Define meaning of "leave": Remove oneself from an association with or participation in. ; Result in. ; Have left or have as a remainder.
  6. dropped off John at school, Fuss dejó a Juan en la escuela=Fuss left.
    She wants to leave.
    The teenager left home.
    She left her position with the Red Cross.
    He left the Senate after two terms.
    After 20 years with the same company, she pulled up stakes.
    The water left a mark on the silk dress.
    Her blood left a stain on the napkin.
    That left the four of us.
    19 minus 8 leaves 11.


  7. Translate "leave" to Spanish: dejar
    English Synonyms of "leave": dismiss, chuck up, chuck in
    Define meaning of "leave": Declare void. ; Bar from attention or consideration. ; Stop associating with.
  8. I left my job, Dejé mi trabajo.

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  9. Translate "leave" to Spanish: quedar, irse, marcharse
    English Synonyms of "leave": be leaving, drive away, get along, go off, go out, depart, go away
  10. I left my hat, Se me quedó mi sombrero.

  11. Translate "leave" to Spanish: dejar, abandonar, hacer abandono de
    English Synonyms of "leave": get out of, leave behind, depart from
    Define meaning of "leave": Be survived by after one's death. ; Leave behind unintentionally. ; Go and leave behind, either intentionally or by neglect or forgetfulness. ; Remove oneself from an association with or participation in. ; Result in. ; Have left or have as a remainder.
  12. Ann abandoned the room quickly, Ana abandonó la habitación rápidamente.
    He left six children.
    At her death, she left behind her husband and 11 cats.
    I forgot my umbrella in the restaurant.
    I left my keys inside the car and locked the doors.
    She left a mess when she moved out.
    His good luck finally left him.
    Her husband left her after 20 years of marriage.
    She wept thinking she had been left behind.
    She wants to leave.
    The teenager left home.
    She left her position with the Red Cross.
    He left the Senate after two terms.
    After 20 years with the same company, she pulled up stakes.
    The water left a mark on the silk dress.
    Her blood left a stain on the napkin.
    That left the four of us.
    19 minus 8 leaves 11.

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  13. Translate "leave" to Spanish: dejar de
    English Synonyms of "leave": finish, stop, be over, be through, cease, cease to, cut, cut out, give over

  14. Translate "leave" to Spanish: dejar
  15. I left the place clean, Dejé el lugar limpio ó dejé limpio el lugar.

  16. Translate "leave" to Spanish: jalar, jalarse
    English Synonyms of "leave": go away
    Define meaning of "leave": Remove oneself from an association with or participation in.
  17. The boy left when he saw me, El chico jaló al verme.
    She wants to leave.
    The teenager left home.
    She left her position with the Red Cross.
    He left the Senate after two terms.
    After 20 years with the same company, she pulled up stakes.


  18. Translate "leave" to Spanish: dejar, dejar en herencia
    English Synonyms of "leave": pass down, bequeath, hand down, leave as inheritance
    Define meaning of "leave": Leave or give by will after one's death.
  19. The old man left his money to his son, El viejo le dejó su dinero a su hijo.
    My aunt bequeathed me all her jewelry.
    My grandfather left me his entire estate.

leave  Noun
  1. Translate "leave" to Spanish: permiso de ausencia, excedencia, licencia, licencia laboral por ausencia, licencia para estar ausente, permiso, venia
    English Synonyms of "leave": leave of absence, permission, permission to be absent from work, permit, consent, furlough, lay off, license
    Define meaning of "leave": The period of time during which you are absent from work or duty.
  2. A ten day's leave to visit his mother.

  3. Translate "leave" to Spanish: número de bolos de boliche que quedan después del primer tiro
    English Synonyms of "leave": number of bowling pins left after first shot


leave  Adjective
  1. Translate "leave" to Spanish: liso
    English Synonyms of "leave": glabrous
    Define meaning of "leave": Having no hair or similar growth; smooth.

Verb Conjugation for "leave"
Gerund: leaving

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will leave

will leave

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will leave

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Conceptually-related expressions of "leave"
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