- abandon (a person, cause, or organization) in a way considered disloyal or treacherous；(of a number of people) leave (a place), causing it to appear empty
verb: desert, 3rd person present: deserts, gerund or present participle: deserting, past tense: deserted, past participle: deserted
- 1. abandon (a person, cause, or organization) in a way considered disloyal or treacherous:
we feel our public representatives have deserted us
- 2. (of a number of people) leave (a place), causing it to appear empty:
good weather came after the summer hordes had deserted the beaches
- 3. (of a quality or ability) fail (someone), especially at a crucial moment when most needed:
her luck deserted her
- 4. (of a soldier) illegally run away from military service:
his life in the regiment had been such a hell that he decided to desert
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