go about (one's) business

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go about (one's) business

To continue doing one's usual tasks. Oh, don't pay any attention to me, just go about your business. Go about your business, people. I'll let you know when we can start the meeting.
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go about your ˈbusiness

be busy with the things that you do every day: He looked out onto the street and watched the people going about their daily business.
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It's even more difficult to maintain a pleasing disposition all the time, address everyone as "brother", and go about one's business as if it's the most natural thing that comes to you.
Andrew Miller, Labour committee chairman, said: "Despite the increasing use of malware, the internet is still a reasonably safe place to go about one's business, provided users take a few sensible precautions..
Of course, the right to protest is an integral part of our constitution, but so is the right to go about one's business without the interference of a man in a tractor or a Batman suit.