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loosen your grip/hold

If you loosen your grip/hold on a situation, or your grip/hold loosens, you decide to control it less: The dictator's grip on the country has not loosened.
Translations of “loosen your grip/hold”
in Chinese (Traditional) 放鬆對…的控制, 放寬對…的限制…
in Chinese (Simplified) 放松对…的控制, 放宽对…的限制…
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