leave a message


leave a message
See post. leech A term used for a person who downloads a lot from a BBS, and does not upload much or use the message bases.

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  • Leave a Message — Infobox Album Name = Leave A Message Type = studio Artist = D>Tour Released = 2005 Recorded = Genre = Jazz Length = Label = Templar Records Producer = David Darlington and Klaus Mueller Reviews = Last album = This album = Next album = Leave A… …   Wikipedia

  • message — Ⅰ. message UK US /ˈmesɪdʒ/ noun [C] ► COMMUNICATIONS a short piece of information that you give or send to a person when you cannot speak to them directly: message from sb for sb »There was a message for you from the catering company. message… …   Financial and business terms

  • leave — 1 /li:v/ verb past tense and past participle left LEAVE A PLACE, VEHICLE 1 LEAVE (I, T) to go away from a place or a person: What time did you leave the office? | They were so noisy that the manager asked them to leave. (+ for): They re leaving… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • message — I UK [ˈmesɪdʒ] / US noun Word forms message : singular message plural messages *** 1) [countable] a piece of written or spoken information that you send to someone, especially when you cannot speak to them directly I got your email message, thank …   English dictionary

  • message — mes|sage W2S1 [ˈmesıdʒ] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: Medieval Latin missaticum, from Latin mittere to send ] 1.) a spoken or written piece of information that you send to another person or leave for them ▪ Did you get my message ?… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • leave — [[t]li͟ːv[/t]] ♦ leaves, leaving, left 1) VERB If you leave a place or person, you go away from that place or person. [V n] He would not be allowed to leave the country... [V n] I simply couldn t bear to leave my little girl …   English dictionary

  • message — mes|sage1 [ mesıdʒ ] noun *** 1. ) count a piece of written or spoken information that you send to someone, especially when you cannot speak to them directly: I got your message, thank you. message for someone from someone: There s a message for… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • message — [[t]me̱sɪʤ[/t]] ♦♦ messages, messaging, messaged 1) N COUNT A message is a piece of information or a request that you send to someone or leave for them when you cannot speak to them directly. I got a message you were trying to reach me... Would… …   English dictionary

  • message — 01. Hi, this is Jason. I got your [message], and I ll meet you in front of the bookstore around 4:00. 02. I m sorry, Tomoko is not home right now. Would you like to leave a [message]? 03. A [message] from the President will be broadcast after the …   Grammatical examples in English

  • message — / mesIdZ/ noun (C) 1 a spoken or written piece of information that you send to another person: Did you get my message? | leave a message: He left a message saying he would probably be a little late. | can I take a message? spoken (=used on the… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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