Another word for leave
with your permission, if your permission is granted, if you please; see please.
say good-by (to), bid farewell, leave alone; see leave (v.) 1.
To go away
go, depart, take leave, withdraw, move, set out, come away, go forth, take off, start, remove oneself, step down, quit (a place), part, part company, defect, vanish, elope, retire, walk out, walk off, get out, get off, get away, slip away, break away, break out, ride off, go off, go away, move out, move away, vacate, issue, decamp, abscond, flee, get out, flit, migrate, fly, run along, embark, emplane, sally forth, say good-by, entrain, emigrate, clear out, pull out, cut out*, push off*, cast off, scram*, split*, blow*, head out*, ditch*, give the slip*, vamoose*, sign out*, check out*, beat it*, take a powder*, take to the tall timber*, get rolling*, fade away*, pull up stakes*, get along*, make oneself scarce*, break squares with*, bid a long farewell*; see also disappear, resign 2, retreat 1, 2.
To allow to remain
To allow to fall to another
Another word for leaveverb
To move or proceed away from a place:depart, exit, get away, get off, go, go away, pull out, quit, retire, run (along), withdraw. (Informal) cut out, push off, shove off. (Slang) blow1, split, take off. Idioms: hit the road, take leave. See approach
To give (property) to another person after one's death:will. (Law) bequeath, devise. See give, law
To give up or leave without intending to return or claim again:abandon, desert3, forsake, quit, throw over. Idioms: run out on, walk out on. See keep
To relinquish one's engagement in or occupation with:demit, quit, resign, terminate. See continue
To come to a cessation:arrest, belay, cease, check, discontinue, halt1, quit, stall1, stop, surcease. Idiom: come to a halt (or standstill) (or stop). See continue
To cease trying to accomplish or continue:abandon, break off, desist, discontinue, give up, quit, relinquish, remit, stop. (Informal) swear off. (Slang) lay off. Idioms: call it a day, call it quits, hang up one's fiddle, have done with, throw in the towel. See continue
To desist from, cease, or discontinue (a habit, for example):break, cut out, give up, stop. (Slang) kick. See continue
The approving of an action, especially when done by one in authority:allowance, approbation, approval, authorization, consent, endorsement, license, permission, permit, sanction. (Informal) OK. See allow
A regularly scheduled period spent away from work or duty, often in recreation:furlough, vacation. (Chiefly British) holiday. See work