let (something) speak for itself

let (something) speak for itself
let (something) speak for itself/themselves speak for itself/themselves - if something speaks for itself, it does not need any explanation.

The book offers no analysis of Bonnard's work, it just lets the paintings speak for themselves.


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  • let (something) speak for themselves — let (something) speak for itself/themselves speak for itself/themselves if something speaks for itself, it does not need any explanation. The book offers no analysis of Bonnard s work, it just lets the paintings speak for themselves …   New idioms dictionary

  • something speaks for itself — (something) speaks for (itself) something does not need explanation. Her behavior speaks for itself, and it doesn t matter what anyone else thinks about it. Is the experiment a success? I think the numbers speak for themselves. Usage notes: often …   New idioms dictionary

  • something speaks for — (something) speaks for (itself) something does not need explanation. Her behavior speaks for itself, and it doesn t matter what anyone else thinks about it. Is the experiment a success? I think the numbers speak for themselves. Usage notes: often …   New idioms dictionary

  • speaks for itself — (something) speaks for (itself) something does not need explanation. Her behavior speaks for itself, and it doesn t matter what anyone else thinks about it. Is the experiment a success? I think the numbers speak for themselves. Usage notes: often …   New idioms dictionary

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