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.
See also: business

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.
See also: business
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Lifts have made the modern metropolis possible, they go about their business quietly and safely, a form of public transport that is never queried.
When customers select a callback and enter their phone number, they are then free to go about their business as the system holds their place in the queue.
After a client and server has used Kerberos to prove their identity, they can encrypt all of their communications to assure privacy and data integrity as they go about their business.
That means, instead of spending time on hold, NEC customers can go about their business and check in for an answer at their convenience.