let your hair down Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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let your hair down

old-fashioned informal
to allow yourself to behave much more freely than usual and enjoy yourself: Oh let your hair down for once!
Translations of “let your hair down”
in Chinese (Traditional) 放開些,盡情享受…
in Russian держать себя непринужденно…
in Turkish rahatlayıp keyfine bakmak, deşarj olmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 放开些,尽情享受…
in Polish zaszaleć…
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