Thursday, 20 May 2010

leave it at that

(gen.) VERB -- say no more about a subject; leave things the way they are

Example: "Friendly criticism for us, on our soil, we can take it, as long as you leave it at that and aren't insufferably snide about it." [Source of example...]
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C'mon, spit it out!