Leave (someone/something) behind

Do you know the English expression “to leave (someone/something) behind“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?

Tracey: Did you bring your textbook home from school?

Julie: No, it was too heavy so I left it behind.

Does it mean:

a) not take something/someone with you when you leave a place

b) put something/someone behind you

c) arrange for something/someone to arrive later

d) take something/someone with you

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Answer: a) not take something/someone with you when you leave a place