let something ride

let (something) ride

To choose not to take any action to correct or improve a particular situation or someone's actions or behavior. I've been meaning to paint the shed all summer, but I keep letting it ride.
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let something ride

take no immediate action over something.
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let something ˈride

(informal) decide to do nothing about a problem that you know you may have to deal with later: The manager knows who is leaving work early, but he’s decided to let it ride for the moment. OPPOSITE: nip something in the bud
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let something ride

tv. to let something remain as is; to ignore something (for a while). Don’t bother with it now. Let it ride for a day or two.
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