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Definition of 'let go'

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Example sentences containing 'let go'

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People told me you've got to let go now and get over it. The Sun (2016)He had to let go half his one hundred or so staff. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It lets her let go and get completely carried away as she gets swept up in the moment of the rescue. The Sun (2013)Do you find others can let go, or get in the moment and laugh? The Sun (2015) One wouldn't let go of my face. The Sun (2015)Let go of one another temporarily: you will find each other again with a clearer mind and body. Lutzner, Dr Helmut Successful Fasting -the easy way to cleanse your body of its poisons (1990)Letting go and getting caught turns out to involve more learning and more practice than I thought. Christianity Today (2000)Do I need to let go of one and move on? The Sun (2010)I was trying to get him to let go of her - then he punched her in the face. The Sun (2009)It's tough deciding which ones to let go but it's a good problem to have. The Sun (2011)My worst day was in October 2008 when we had to let go one third of the practice. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You long to be a grandmother, but you most certainly will not be a happy one unless you let go of righteousness and notions of forgiveness. Times, Sunday Times (2013)

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