8 July 2012 — Leave your luggage
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You can leave the luggage with your responsibility. (a sign in a storage area of a ferryboat)
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Leave the luggage with your responsibility.
You can leave your luggage, but not your responsibility (of watching it).
It is your responsibility to watch your luggage.
You can leave [the] luggage at your own risk.
leave – to let stay behind