Translation:I do not like the food here, I do not want to leave a tip.
"Give a tip" is perfectly fine in English. People usually say "leave a tip" because it's common to leave the money on the table when you walk out.
At other times, people hand the money directly to the server and also say a nice comment. You wouldn't say, "I'm leaving you a $50 tip because the service was so good" as you put the money directly in their hand. You would say "I'm giving you a $50 tip because the service was so good."
Either "leave" or "give" can be used.
This is how tipping works in America, where it's somehow legal for a resturaunt to pay less than minimum wage. In most parts of the world, resturaunts legally have to pay wages that would otherwise be covered by tips, and hence you only tip if you genuinely enjoyed the service.
In many countries tips are discretionary, and wait staff have proper wages (this is only right, they work for a living they shouldn't be reliant on hand outs like a beggar), meaning if you got good service then you leave a tip. But I cannot justify refusing to leave a tip because you don't like the food at the restaurant. Especially if you said everything was fine when the waiter asked if everything was OK .
Here, we do leave tips, but it's at the discretion of the customer. It's illegal not to pay wait staff the at least the minimum wage, and illegal for restaurants to use tips to make up wages. It's also common practice for tips to be pooled and shared between staff at the end of the month and this often includes kitchen staff as well, as they're also responsible for the customer's experience but don't get the opportunity to be tipped directly.
You know not all countries work like crappy USA right? In most of the world, waiters get a fair wage and tipping is only a sign of appreciation. Then in most of Asia tipping is non-existent, it's not even expected of you! Which is why it pisses me off when tourists do tip over there. Adjust to the culture of the country you're visiting, and don't spread a tipping culture if a country doesn't have that. I only leave tips in countries where tipping is a thing, and only if I liked the food AND the service was good. Grumpy waiter or slow service? Yeah, forget your tip. Remind me to never visit the US ever in my life, because it pisses me off that I should be the one paying someone's wage. That should be the restaurant's owner doing that and for me, that's not what tips are for. Tips are for showing you liked the food/service. Period.
The word bank is missing both "the" and "here," which makes it impossible to answer the question correctly. I did the best I could with what I had to work with, which was "I do not like food. I do not want to leave a tip." My only leftover words were "girl," "week," and "treat." It was marked incorrect. 04/16/19
Not tipping because the service was bad is one thing, and somewhat justified. Not tipping a server because the food was bad is completely different. One does not tip or not tip on food, except in the case of a private chef. In a restaurant, tips go to the servers/bartenders and never go to the back of the house who prepare the meal. Punishing a server because a chef/cook has made crappy food is akin to shooting the messenger because they have bad news to share.