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Let's Call It Quits »
(let's stop working; let us not try anymore; we should not continue our effort...)

Live And Let Live »
(one should be careful to not hurt others...)

A Vote Of Confidence »
(an action to let one know that we are confident in one's skills...)

Air One's Grievances »
(complain; let people know what you are unhappy about...)

All Worked Up About Something »
(one let oneself be very bothered by that thing...)

All Worked Up Over Something »
(one let oneself be very bothered by that thing...)

Answer The Door »
(go to the door and ask who is there or let them in...)

Catch One's Breath »
(rest for a moment; stop to let one's breathing slow...)

Cheer Someone On »
(call to let them know you want them to win...)

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

Feel At Home »
(relax; let yourself feel comfortable...)

Fill Someone In On Someone Or Something »
(tell one about it, let one know that it happened...)

Hands Off »
(let go of me; don't touch that...)

Hang On To It »
(keep that one; don't lose it; don't let her leave you...)

Keep Him At Arm's Length »
(don't let him get to close; keep him at a safe distance; watch out for that person...)

Laying Your Cards On The Table »
(let the other person see your plans...)

Like Water Off A Duck's Back »
(one does not let that thing bother one...)

Show One's Hand »
(let the other one know what you have...)

Show One's True Colors »
(do something to let others know what kind of person one really is...)

Show Someone To A Seat »
(let that person know where to sit down...)

Signal To Someone To Do Something »
(let that person know you want them to do it...)

Take A Backseat To Someone »
(let the other person be the leader...)

Take It Easy »
(relax; let oneself feel free and comfortable...)

Within Someone's Grasp »
(one is holding it and will not let go of it...)



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