English version

let something go

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlet something golet something goa) to not punish or criticize someone for something they have done wrong OK, I’ll let it go this time. b) to stop worrying or thinking too much about something It’s time to let the past go. c) informal to sell something for a particular amountlet something go for £20/$200 etc I couldn’t let it go for less than £300. let
Examples from the Corpus
let something goI've nowhere to store all this china, so I'm letting the whole lot go for $50.They've held the world record for many years, and they're not going to let it go without a fight.
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