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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Chief Inspector Mark Williams said: "North Wales Police has a responsibility to safeguard the right of fans to attend and to safeguard the rights of individuals to go about their business.
I would ask that those attending the match conduct themselves in a responsible manner and allow others in the area to go about their business.
However, that is how manager Mark Hallam likes it so his troops can go about their business without much fuss or attention.
He raised the prospect of them being allowed to 'go about their business' if a trial did not proceed in the UK.
Lifts have made the modern metropolis possible, they go about their business quietly and safely, a form of public transport that is never queried.
"The tea is so pleasing that they overindulge, vomit to rid themselves of the excess caffeine, then go about their business," he says.