•Let go (idiom) -
To stop physically holding on to someone or something.（放手，松开）
Examples: 1. Hold on tight and don't let go!
2.He let the rock go, and it was a long time before we heard it hit the bottom.
•Like fury (idiom) -
1.The last two days of her stay there it rained like fury.
2.I've been working like fury these past few days to catch up.
•Put *** /sth first (idiom) -
To treat someone or something as being more important than anyone or anything else.（认为…最重要，把…摆在第一位）
1.Businesses should always put the customer first.
2.We need to choose energy policies that put the environment first.
•Far cry from (idiom) -
A long way; very different.（相去甚远）
1.Resistance is a far cry from immunity.
2.This proposal is still a far cry from the goal of "storing wealth among the people".
•All in all (idiom) -
When everything is considered.（总而言之）
1.We both thought that all in all it might not be a bad idea.
2.All in all, getting insufficient sleep is bad news.