leave someone out

leave someone out
= leave something out
1)

Adam left out the address

Syn:
omit, fail to include, overlook, forget; skip, miss
2)

when the roster for Game 2 was drawn up, Harvey was left out

Syn:
exclude, omit, pass over; eliminate, cut, drop

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  • leave someone out in the cold — phrase to deliberately not include someone in an activity or group If Britain does not work with the rest of Europe, it could be left out in the cold. Thesaurus: to not include something or someonesynonym Main entry: cold * * * leave (someone)… …   Useful english dictionary

  • leave someone out in the cold — leave (someone) out in the cold to not allow someone to become part of a group or an activity. The government s transport policy leaves people who do not own cars out in the cold. Women s football teams feel they are left out in the cold as far… …   New idioms dictionary

  • leave (someone) (out) in the cold — to ignore or not include someone. If you can t be pleasant to other people, then you will most certainly be left out in the cold …   New idioms dictionary

  • leave someone out in the cold — to deliberately not include someone in an activity or group If Britain does not work with the rest of Europe, it could be left out in the cold …   English dictionary

  • leave something out — See leave someone out …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • leave someone/something out — 1 Adam left out the address: MISS OUT, omit, fail to include, overlook, forget; skip, miss, jump. 2 he was left out of the England squad: EXCLUDE, omit, drop …   Useful english dictionary

  • leave sb out — UK US leave sb/sth out Phrasal Verb with leave({{}}/liːv/ verb (past tense and past participle left /left/) ► to not include someone or something: »I ve made a list of names I hope I haven t left anyone out …   Financial and business terms

  • leave sth out — UK US leave sb/sth out Phrasal Verb with leave({{}}/liːv/ verb (past tense and past participle left /left/) ► to not include someone or something: »I ve made a list of names I hope I haven t left anyone out …   Financial and business terms

  • turn someone out of — turn (someone) out (of (somewhere)) to force someone to leave a place. They turned him out of the shelter when they discovered he was using drugs. She was forced to leave home, turned out at the age of 16 …   New idioms dictionary

  • turn (someone) out — (of (somewhere)) to force someone to leave a place. They turned him out of the shelter when they discovered he was using drugs. She was forced to leave home, turned out at the age of 16 …   New idioms dictionary

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