To let your frustratoins, anger, etc. go and not let it stress you out like it has been doing. Letting go means you don't have to stress over whatever you're letting go anymore.

The feelings tied with what you're letting go may still hold a place in your heart, but it is better to let whatever it is go and get on with your life than to let it hold you down and depressed.
They let each other go because they knew it wouldn't do any good staying together. It was a mutual break up.

They've moved on and are living happier lives now. I'm sure they're both happy they let go that stressful relationship.

*...and they lived happily ever after. fin*
by reb0und October 02, 2009
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Things cringy 8 year old fornite players say when they win a game.
by istealjokes_ May 04, 2020
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An attempt to evade a question. Works on the premises that people think they already know the answer and are just looking for confirmation.
Girl A: So the reason you didn't go to prom was because your car broke down?

Girl B: Yeah, let's go with that.
by Crystal Sky April 16, 2010
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"Let's Go!" Is a term used by cringe Fortnite Streamers/ kids that get "dubs" or an Elimination.
Ninja: 17 kills guys LET'S GO!!!

Kid: Alright I'ma get this dub guys... LET'S GOOOOO!!!
by XSadXvibesX October 31, 2018
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A phrase originating from the minorities in southeast San Diego. It is usually used as an expression to brag, or to excite. In a broad sense, it is synonymous with the phrase "fuck yeah."

It is usually pronounced "LEZGO" or "LESSGO"
I'm about to ace that test! LET'S GO.
We're about to win that shit; LEZGO!
by rkrrr July 20, 2010
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Exclamatory remark used to display positive anticipation. Express excitement/support/anticipation for something/upcoming event. Often used as a way of bragging. Used similarly to 'come on!'. Prounounced with emphasis on t, 'lettts go'.
1.'Party on Friday, lets go!'

2.(Winning on a video game) 'Round 2, lets go!'

by urbanic June 08, 2007
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