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French Leave


French Leave - French leave is a departure from a location or event without informing others or without seeking approval

  • They went on French leave. I have no idea where they went, or when they are coming back.
  • We need to take French leave, so we can go to the beach tonight.
  • The girls went on French leave. They went to the city for a few hours.
  • Our landlord went on French leave, now we can not find him. We need him to fix the window.
  • Why did you take French leave? We were looking all over the place for you.

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