Translation: from spanish

take it or leave it

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  • take it or leave it — ► used when you are offering something to someone to say that you will not improve your offer: »And that s our final offer. Take it or leave it. Main Entry: ↑take …   Financial and business terms

  • Take Me or Leave Me — is a song in the second act of the musical RENT written by Jonathan Larson. The song is sung as a fight between two of the main characters, Maureen and Joanne, who are lesbian lovers. Joanne starts the song complaining that Maureen flirts with… …   Wikipedia

  • take one's leave — index abandon (physically leave) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

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  • take it or leave it — {v. phr.}, {informal} To accept something without change or refuse it; decide yes or no. Often used like a command. * /He said the price of the house was $10,000, take it or leave it./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take it or leave it — {v. phr.}, {informal} To accept something without change or refuse it; decide yes or no. Often used like a command. * /He said the price of the house was $10,000, take it or leave it./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take one's leave — or[take leave of] {v. phr.}, {formal} To say good bye and leave. * /He stayed on after most of the guests had taken their leave./ * /The messenger bowed and took leave of the queen./ [leave taking] {n.} The end of school in June is a time of… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take one's leave — or[take leave of] {v. phr.}, {formal} To say good bye and leave. * /He stayed on after most of the guests had taken their leave./ * /The messenger bowed and took leave of the queen./ [leave taking] {n.} The end of school in June is a time of… …   Dictionary of American idioms


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