This page is about the phrasal verb leave in.
Meaning: If you leave something in, you don't take it out or cut it out.
- be left in One of the sex scenes in the movie was cut. The others were left in.
- leave sth/sb in The government had to release some old top-secret files. They left everything in them except for some of the names.
The movie's director wants to leave the scene in because he thinks
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Contributor: Matt Errey