leave someone/something out


leave someone/something out
1)

Adam left out the address

Syn:
miss out, omit, overlook, forget, skip, miss
2)

he was left out of the England squad

Syn:
exclude, omit, drop, pass over

Synonyms and antonyms dictionary. 2014.

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