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to let up: to slacken, to lessen in intensity; to relax or ease one's effort (also: related idiom: to take it easy),

to lay off: to abstain from, stop using as a habit; to release or discharge from a job (also: related idiom: to let go)

to bring out: to show or introduce (to the public) (S); to make available (S)

bring back: to return a bought or borrowed item (also: to take back) (S) 

to wait up for: to wait until late at night without going to bed

leave (someone or something) alone: not to disturb, to stay away from (S) (also: to let alone)

back up: to drive or go backwards (S), to defend, to support (S); to return to a previous thought

to dry up: to lose, or cause to lose, all moisture (S); to be depleted