English version

leave somebody out in the cold

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishleave somebody out in the coldleave somebody out in the coldinformalIGNORE to not include someone in an activity He chose to favour us one at a time and the others were left out in the cold. cold
Examples from the Corpus
leave somebody out in the coldThese trade negotiations have left farmers out in the cold.
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