Let Alone :
Let Alone :
This is used to emphasise how extreme something could be.
Let Bygones Be Bygones. :
To forget the unpleasant past
If people decide to let bygones be bygones, they decide to forget old problems or grievances they have with each other.
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie. :
If someone is told to let sleeping dogs lie, it means that they shouldn’t disturb a situation as it would result in trouble or complications.
Let The Best Be The Enemy of The Good. :
If the desire for an unattainable perfection stops someone from choosing good possibilities, they let the best be the enemy of the good.
Let The Cat Out of The Bag. :
If you accidentally reveal a secret, you let the cat out of the bag.
Let The Chips Fall Where They May. :
This means that we shouldn’t try to control events because destiny controls them.
Let The Devil Take The Hindmost. :
This idiom means that you should think of yourself and not be concerned about other people.
Let The Genie Out of The Bottle :
If people let the genie out of the bottle, they let something bad happen that cannot be put right or controlled.
Let The Grass Grow Round Your Feet :
If you let the grass grow round your feet, you delay doing things instead of taking action.
Let Your Guard Down :
If you let your guard down, you relax and stop looking out for danger.
Let You Hair Down :
If someone lets their hair down, they relax and stop feeling inhibited or shy.
Let Us Call It A Day :
This is used as a way of suggesting that it is time to stop working on something.
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