English version

leave something aside/to one side

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishleave something aside/to one sideleave something aside/to one sideIGNOREto not think about or consider one part of something for a time, so that you can consider another part of it Leaving aside for a moment the question of expense, what would your view be of the suggested changes? leave
Examples from the Corpus
Leaving asideMoney talk Leaving aside the cost of options, which tends to be high, both these cars offer excellent value.
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