(v.) = get off + Posesivo + back ; cut + Nombre + some slack ; give + Nombre + a break ; leave + Nombre + alone ; get off + Posesivo + case. Ex: Please, please get off his back -- I'm so tired of listening to you give your take on what the President has said. Ex: The fact that she knows hormones are causing her temporary crankiness doesn't make her feelings any less real, so cut her some slack. Ex: You may say it was jealousy or childishness of my friend but give him a break -- this is the stupid stuff teens do. Ex: Like the bear who could take it or could leave it alone, we may find that if we lean over too far backwards we might as well fall flat on our face. Ex: It was totally okay for her to take part in that photoshoot and people should get off her case about it. (v.) = give it + a rest ; let + it drop. Ex: Anyway after a few minutes of being told to give it a rest, she let it drop. Ex: Anyway after a few minutes of being told to give it a rest, she let it drop.