Let Alone

Let Alone :

Let Alone :

This is used to emphasise how extreme something could be.

  • ‘We hadn’t got the money to have breakfast, let alone have a lunch in a restaurant.” grumbled Mahesh when he called on me.

    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.

  • It is desirable to let bygones be bygones and renew our old friendship.

    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.

  • Ravi had bought a car and asked me not to tell anyone at his home. However, the car key in his pocket was picked by his wife and it 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.

  • Look after yourself and let the devil take the hindmost.

    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.

  • Well past seven in the evening the supervisor called the workers, paid their wages and said let’s call it a day.

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