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    moggey is offline Banned
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    Post Leave Up To

    I don't know what "up" means in:

    "The matter was left (up) to the manager."

    How are "leave the matter to somebody" and "leave the matter UP to somebody" different?

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    Re: Leave Up To

    Quote Originally Posted by moggey View Post
    I don't know what "up" means in:

    "The matter was left (up) to the manager."

    How are "leave the matter to somebody" and "leave the matter UP to somebody" different?
    They mean the same.

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    moggey is offline Banned
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    Re: Leave Up To

    So, "up" is redundant?

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    Re: Leave Up To

    Thread closed. Clone of banned user.

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