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  • French leave - Wikipedia

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    French leave is "leave of absence without permission or without announcing one's departure", including leaving a party without bidding farewell to the host.

  • French leave - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

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    French leave (old-fashioned, humorous) a period when you are absent from work without asking for permission . Usage notes: In the 18th century in France, it was the ...

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    French leave n. An informal, unannounced, or abrupt departure. [From the 18th-century French custom of leaving without saying goodbye to the host or hostess.] French ...

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