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go easy

informal
to not take or use too much of something: Go easy on/with the cream - I haven't had any yet. to treat someone in a gentle way and not criticize them or punish them: Go easy on the new students.
Translations of “go easy”
in Chinese (Traditional) 節省使用, 對…有節制, 溫和地對待…
in Chinese (Simplified) 节省使用, 对…有节制, 温和地对待…
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