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Ease Off On It ( let go after pushing too hard ... )

"Ease Off On It"

Ease off on it means let go of it a little and don't push so hard on it.

Example: "Ease off on the breaks a little. You're pushing down too hard."

Example: "Just give it one push, then slowly ease off."

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