Idiom: lay off (something)
— If you’re on a diet, I suggest you lay off the potato chips.
— I’m going to lay off going to the gym until my knee feels better.
— I really need to lay off alcohol for awhile. I've been going out and getting drunk far too often.
— Lay off the cookies. I made those for our guests who are coming tomorrow.
— You really need to lay off watching the news so much. You look and sound so depressed and I'm tired of hearing all the negative stories.
— I can't believe my boyfriend told me to lay off sending him text messages. I only send him 20-25 messages a day.
— Ironically, I have so much more energy since I laid off drinking coffee.
— I would lay off contacting your ex-wife or she might take out a restraining order against you.
— My doctor said I have pre-diabetes. He told me to lay off sugar and come back for new blood tests in three months.
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