leave word with

leave word with
leave word (with (someone)) to give someone a message.

If I can't get back in time I'll leave word with Susan.


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  • leave word with someone — leave word (with (someone)) to give someone a message. If I can t get back in time I ll leave word with Susan …   New idioms dictionary

  • leave word with — {v. phr.} To leave a message. * /Hank left word with his secretary where he could be reached by phone while he was away from his office./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • leave word with — {v. phr.} To leave a message. * /Hank left word with his secretary where he could be reached by phone while he was away from his office./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • leave\ word\ with — v. phr. To leave a message. Hank left word with his secretary where he could be reached by phone while he was away from his office …   Словарь американских идиом

  • leave word — (with (someone)) to give someone a message. If I can t get back in time I ll leave word with Susan …   New idioms dictionary

  • leave word — Synonyms and related words: acquaint, advertise, advertise of, advise, apprise, brief, bring word, broadcast, communicate, convey, disclose, disseminate, enlighten, familiarize, get across, get over, give, give notice, give the facts, give word,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • leave — 1 /li:v/ verb past tense and past participle left LEAVE A PLACE, VEHICLE 1 LEAVE (I, T) to go away from a place or a person: What time did you leave the office? | They were so noisy that the manager asked them to leave. (+ for): They re leaving… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • leave (someone) to (someone's) tender mercies — humorous to let someone be dealt with by another person who is not likely to show them any kindness or sympathy. Should I have a word with her myself or leave her to Mick s tender mercies? …   New idioms dictionary

  • with — /with, widh/, prep. 1. accompanied by; accompanying: I will go with you. He fought with his brother against the enemy. 2. in some particular relation to (esp. implying interaction, company, association, conjunction, or connection): I dealt with… …   Universalium

  • word — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 unit of language ADJECTIVE ▪ two letter, three letter, etc. ▪ monosyllabic, polysyllabic ▪ two syllable, three syllable …   Collocations dictionary

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