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to let sb off

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  • let somebody off (with something) — ˌlet sb ˈoff (with sth) derived to not punish sb for sth they have done wrong, or to give them only a light punishment • They let us off lightly. • She was let off with a warning. Main entry: ↑letderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • let (someone) off easy — 1. to give someone a light punishment. Stern let Robbins off easy, suspending him for just three games. 2. to demand less effort from someone. She laughed at the suggestion that people are letting her off easy now that she is 81 …   New idioms dictionary

  • let someone off — let (someone) off to not punish someone. The judge let the boys off because they hadn t ever been in trouble before. Related vocabulary: off the hook …   New idioms dictionary

  • let/blow off some steam — let/blow off (some) steam informal : to calm down and get rid of energy or anger by doing something active I play racquetball every evening just to let off some steam. Tell him to go blow off some steam and then we can talk. • • • Main Entry:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • let/blow off steam — let/blow off (some) steam informal : to calm down and get rid of energy or anger by doing something active I play racquetball every evening just to let off some steam. Tell him to go blow off some steam and then we can talk. • • • Main Entry:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • let somebody off something — ˌlet sb ˈoff sth derived (BrE) to allow sb not to do sth or not to go somewhere • He let us off homework today. Main entry: ↑letderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • let someone off — 1 (informal) I ll let you off this time: PARDON, forgive, grant an amnesty to; deal leniently with, be merciful to, have mercy on; acquit, absolve, exonerate, clear, vindicate; …   Useful english dictionary

  • let someone off — 1) informal I ll let you off this time Syn: pardon, forgive, grant an amnesty to; deal leniently with, be merciful to, have mercy on; acquit, absolve, exonerate, clear, vindicate; informal let someone off the hook; formal exculpate 2) he let me… …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • let someone off — 1) informal I ll let you off this time Syn: pardon, forgive, acquit, absolve, exonerate, clear, vindicate; informal let someone off the hook 2) he let me off work Syn: excuse from, exempt from, spare from …   Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • let something off — DETONATE, discharge, explode, set off, fire off. → let * * * cause a gun, firework, or bomb to fire or explode * * * ˌlet sth ˈoff derived to fire a gun or make a bomb, etc. explode • The boys were letting off fireworks. Main entry: ↑letderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • let someone off the hook — get/let (someone) off the hook to allow someone to escape from a difficult situation or to avoid doing something that they do not want to do. John s agreed to go to the meeting in my place, so that lets me off the hook …   New idioms dictionary


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