|leave you holding the bag
||leave you to do the work or finish a difficult job
||He left me holding the bag. I had to finish the work by myself.
|leave you in the lurch
||leave you with a problem, fend for yourself
||The bride didn't go to the church. The groom was left in the lurch.
|leave yourself open
||not protect yourself, allow people to hurt you
||By coming late to work, he left himself open to discipline.
|led to believe
||be told, be given information, lead you down...
||"Were you led to believe that the car was in good condition?" "Yes. They said it was fine."
|left holding the bag
||(See leave you holding the bag)
|left in the lurch
||(See leave you in the lurch)
|left out in the cold
||(See leave out in the cold)
||remainder, what is not used or not eaten
||We bought too much ice cream. There are two pails left over.
|left, right and center
||in every direction, everywhere
||There were soldiers everywhere - left, right and center.
||food not eaten at the previous meal
||After the Christmas feast they ate leftovers for a few days.