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  1. leave (something) to (one) (to do something) 1. You can depend on one (to accomplish a particular task). A: "I need to find someone who can fix my back fence." B: "Leave it to me! I've already got all the tools and materials I'll need." I'll leave setting up the internet and stuff to Janet—she's better with those sorts of things. 2. It is very typical.
  2. Phrase. Said usually under stress or distress for someone to leave you alone and stop bothering you.
  3. Jul 13,  · Leave Me Lyrics: I ain't ever spent no money tryna fuck her / Heron on my waist, but the money never heal shit / I pop pills, can't feel shit / (Money never, money never, money never heal shit.
  4. Jun 25,  · Halsey will release her debut poetry collection, I Would Leave Me If I Could, November 10th via Simon & Schuster. She dropped her third album, Manic, in January. The publisher’s announcement.
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  6. Leave It to Me! is a musical with music and lyrics by Cole birdpburulapincrabernibitabasci.xyzinfo book was a collaborative effort by Samuel and Bella Spewack, who also directed the Broadway birdpburulapincrabernibitabasci.xyzinfo musical was based on the play Clear All Wires by the Spewacks, which was performed on Broadway for 93 performances in , and which was filmed in , starring Lee Tracy, Benita Hume, Una Merkel and James Gleason.
  7. Define leave be. leave be synonyms, leave be pronunciation, leave be translation, English dictionary definition of leave be. v. left, leav·ing, leaves v. tr. 1. To go out of or away from: not allowed to leave .
  8. leave (something) on 1. To continue wearing something, especially an article of clothing. Please don't leave your shoes on in the house. 2. To have something remain on someone or something else; to not take something off of someone or something else. Leave the costumes on the kids for a little longer—I want to take some photos! Just leave the report.

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