Idiom:  leave someone alone

Meaning 

Idiom:  leave someone alone

  • to not bother or annoy someone

Example sentences

  • Your daddy is in the study right now so please leave him alone and let him work.
  • Can you please leave me alone so I can get some sleep?
  • A: "Why didn't you call last night?" B: "You seemed like you wanted to be left alone so I didn't want to bother you."
  • I wish these telemarketers would stop calling and leave us alone.
  • Just leave him alone for five minutes and he'll get tired and go to sleep.
  • Leave me alone! I'll never forgive you for cheating on me.
  • I normally leave the director alone the day after he returns from business trips so he can catch up.
  • Do you have a minute to talk or do you want to be left alone?
  • Don't keep teasing your sister. Just leave her alone please.


Synonyms

  • back off
  • let someone be
  • give someone a break
  • call of the dogs
  • get off someone's case


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