Leave a message, as in Please leave word at the desk when you check out, or I left word abut my plans with the secretary; didn’t she tell you? This expression employs word in the sense of “information,” a usage dating from the 10th century.
[lee-vee] /ˈli vi/ adjective, leavier, leaviest. Archaic. 1. .
[lee-ving] /ˈli vɪŋ/ noun 1. something that is ; residue. 2. leavings, leftovers or remains; refuse. [leev] /liv/ verb (used with object), left, leaving. 1. to go out of or away from, as a place: to leave the house. 2. to depart from permanently; quit: to leave a job. 3. to let remain or have […]
[lee-ving] /ˈli vɪŋ/ noun 1. something that is ; residue. 2. leavings, leftovers or remains; refuse. /ˈliːvɪŋz/ plural noun 1. something remaining, such as food on a plate, residue, refuse, etc
[lee-vis] /ˈli vɪs/ noun 1. F(rank) R(aymond) 1895–1978, English critic and teacher. /ˈliːvɪs/ noun 1. F(rank) R(aymond). 1895–1978, English literary critic. He edited Scrutiny (1932–53) and his books include The Great Tradition (1948) and The Common Pursuit (1952)