[动词时态]leaving left left
leave for 动身去
leave out 遗漏，省去；不考虑；排除
holiday (n. [英]假日，假期)：通常指不用上班、上学的一段时间，也可指一两天的短假期。
leave (n. 假期，假日)：指得到批准的请假，尤指军人的休假。
vacation (n. [尤美]假期，休假)：在英国通常指大学的寒暑假或法庭的休庭期，在美国可指任何假期。
◇ down she came upon a heap of sticks and dry leaves, and the fall was over.
◇ It is true she had on a pair of slippers when she left home, but they were not of much use.
◇ However, it wasn't for long, for Father soon had to leave on a far away trip.
◇ He planned to leave home at dusk though there was thunder and lightning outdoors.
◇ She danced round the church corner, she could not leave off;
---- The Red Shoes
◇ Unwilling to leave out any attraction, my cousin arranged his enjoyable journey carefully.
◇ My new job left me good impressions in many aspects except that the working timetable was full of traveling by jets.
---- An Air Crash
◇ But in fact, she was tired of being left alone.
◇ Hoping to get the qualification to help govern it, Nannan made much preparation and then left her motherland with her visa to study in America.
---- Study in America
◇ With the expectation of distinguishing their own importance, some people leave the beaten track and file strange products with us now and then, for example, lantern that can be attached on your forehead, cubic walnuts, refrigerator made of straw and glue, perfume that nobody can bear to smell, and so on.