Idiom: leave something alone
— Please leave the cake alone—after it cools I’m going to decorate it with icing.
— If you want your investments to grow, just leave them alone and they will earn you a good profit in the long run.
— The internet's down but just leave it alone a few hours before you call anyone and it might come back on.
— Bobby, leave that boy's scooter alone please.
— I told your husband to leave the thermostat alone but the temperature was set to 77 again last night.
— Just leave the bags by the door alone. I'll unpack them later.
— Excuse me, sir. Please ask your children to leave the crystal figurines alone—you'll be charged if anything's broken.
— I really wish people would leave the copier alone if they're not prepared to clear paper jams or refill the paper tray.
— I've applied a topical solution to the area—please leave it alone for the next 24 hours.
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