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Definition of "leggo" [leggo]

  • Contraction of let go. To cease to hold. Generally used in the imperative. (phrase) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "leggo" in a sentence
  • "Guy Legault, CEO of the Canadian Payments Association, says that in this country there is still no plan to 'leggo' of cheques."
  • "Shortage of waffles has customers thinking 'leggo'"
  • ""leggo," and we just give him a little push to start him, and he began to go."
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