Idiom: go easy on someone / something
— My daughter is starting her first job tomorrow and I hope they will go easy on her.
— Please go easy on the new accountant so she won't quit after the first week.
— Please go easy on Michelle. Even though she stole the money, she admitted she did it and has already started paying us back.
— I'm relieved my professor went easy on me when I explained why my paper was late.
— I asked the masseuse to go easy on me but he still applied too much pressure and now my muscles are really sore.
— The judge went easy on my client and only gave her probation since it was her first offense.
— The bar tender needs to tell that group to go easy on the tequila shots—they're getting out of control over there.
— I wish I had gone easy on the buffalo wings last night. I ate so many and they were so greasy that my stomach is really upset right now.
— Go easy on the salsa! It has a lot of red onions and that's a problem for your heartburn.
— The doctor told me to go easy on salt because I've got pre-hypertension.
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