Let it sit

verb phrase

To decline to object or interfere; acquiesce: ”He wasn’t perfect, but he tried.” I let that one sit there, unwilling to challenge her version of events/ ”Let it sit, then,” he said with the slightest of shrugs (1990s+)


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