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leave it to me | leave everything to me

This page is about the conversational phrase leave it to me | leave everything to me


You can say this to let someone know they don't have to do something because you'll do it.

For example

  • My assistant said he'd book the hotel rooms, but I said, "Leave it to me. I know the hotel's manager."

  • "Can you make all the arrangements for the meeting?"
    "Don't worry, sir. Leave everything to me."

Quick Quiz

If someone says "Leave it to me", it means you don't have to

a. let them do it

b. do it yourself

c. do it to them

Contributor: Matt Errey