leave with

leave someone or something with someone or something

to allow someone or something to remain with someone or something. Can I leave Jimmy with you while I shop? Do you mind if I leave my papers with the committee, just in case they have time to look at them?
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leave with someone

to depart in the company of someone. I left with Frank early in the evening and did not see what happened to Tom and Edna. Mary is gone. She left with Gerald.
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Employees also have the option for part-time work during the leave with service credit.
Almost one-half of the participants extended their family leave with vacation.
Our research clearly demonstrates that the management of family and medical leave with short-term disability can reduce the delay in claims submission and identify individuals with high risk for repeat claims.