Let someone

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let one


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  • Let someone down

    1. Fail to support someone; also, disappoint someone. For example, I was counting on John to come, but he let me down, or The team didn’t want to let down the coach. [ Late 1400s ] A British phrase with the same meaning is let the side down, alluding to some kind of competition (sports, […]

  • Let someone off

    verb phrase To decline to pursue or prosecute someone: The prosecutor let him off because he was a pal of the mayor (1828+)

  • Let something ride

    verb phrase To let something go on as it is; decline to change or intervene: Let the same order ride for now (1921+)

  • Let someone off the hook

    verb phrase To relieve someone of responsibility or menace: They had already given me a lot. I wanted to let them off the hook (1960s+)

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