let someone/something alone Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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let someone/something alone

(also let someone/something be) to not ​annoy or ​interrupt someone: Just let her ​alone – she’s not ​bothering you.
(Definition of let someone/something alone from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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