leave out

leave out
1. prevent from being included or considered or accepted (Freq. 3)

The bad results were excluded from the report


Leave off the top piece

Syn: ↑exclude, ↑except, ↑leave off, ↑omit, ↑take out
Ant: ↑include (for: ↑exclude)
Derivationally related forms: ↑omissible (for: ↑omit), ↑omission (for: ↑omit), ↑exception (for: ↑except), ↑exclusive (for: ↑exclude), ↑exclusion (for: ↑exclude)
Hypernyms: ↑extinguish, ↑eliminate, ↑get rid of, ↑do away with
Hyponyms: ↑elide
Verb Frames:

Somebody ——s something


Something ——s somebody

2. leave undone or leave out (Freq. 1)

How could I miss that typo?


The workers on the conveyor belt miss one out of ten

neglect, ↑pretermit, ↑omit, ↑drop, ↑miss, ↑overlook, ↑overleap
Ant: ↑attend to (for: ↑neglect)
Derivationally related forms: ↑omissible (for: ↑omit), ↑omissive (for: ↑omit), ↑omission (for: ↑omit), ↑pretermission (for: ↑pretermit), ↑neglect (for: ↑neglect), ↑neglecter (for: ↑neglect)
Hyponyms: ↑forget, ↑jump, ↑pass over, ↑skip, ↑skip over
Verb Frames:

Somebody ——s something


Somebody ——s somebody


Somebody ——s to INFINITIVE

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leave out [phrasal verb]
leave out (someone or something) or leave (someone or something) out : to not include or mention (someone or something)

The movie leaves a lot out of the story.

You left out the best part.

Did everyone get a piece of cake? I don't want to leave anyone out.

They always leave her out of the conversation.

He always feels left out when his friends talk about sports.

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Main Entry:leave

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