Definition of let something go or pass in English:

let something go (or pass)

Choose not to react to an action or remark: the decision worried us, but we let it go
More example sentences
  • He should have remarked on this, but let it pass.
  • If there is a chance to bring it up, then do it by all means; but if there is no opportunity, then let it pass.
  • Well, okay, that wasn't routine, but let it pass.
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