Idioms Using The Word Leave


Leave someone cold

When something leaves you cold it completely fails to interest or attract you.

Leave someone hanging / leave something hanging

To leave someone hanging is to let them remain in a difficult situation. To leave something hanging is to fail to solve a difficult situation.

Leave someone high and dry

To leave someone high and dry is to put them in a very difficult or unpleasant situation.

Leave it at that

To leave it at that is to not do anything more about something.

Leave a lot to be desired

When something leaves a lot to be desired it is of very low quality.

Leave no stone unturned

To leave no stone unturned is to do everything possible to solve a problem.

Leave something to chance / fate

To leave something to chance / fate is to not try to change the way something is happening.

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