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let (someone) off the hook
to excuse someone from a penalty or a promise
My boss let me off the hook and I did not have to stay after work and help clean the office.
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  • let (something) go
  • let (something) loose
  • let (something) off or let off (something)
  • let (something) pass
  • let (something) ride
  • let (something) slide
  • let (something) slide by
  • let (something) slip (out)
  • let (something) slip by
  • let alone (something)
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  • cast aspersions on (someone)
  • up the creek with no paddle
  • fine print
  • take (someone) for a ride
  • unaccustomed to (someone or something)
  • show (someone) the ropes
  • take a hard line (with someone)
  • get it through one`s head
  • join forces (with someone)
  • throw up

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