leave flat

leave flat  {v. phr.},  {informal}
To quit or leave suddenly without warning when wanted or needed; desert; forsake; abandon.
Sam found that being a member of the trail-clearing group was a lot of hard work, so he left them flat.
My car ran out of gas and left me flat, ten miles from town.
Categories: informal verb

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