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How does one express "let someone to..." in Italian?

Hello everyone!

I'd like to know how to express the action "let" in Italian, such as:
"Let me do it"
"Let's go"
"Let it be"
...and so on..
I know that the verb "lasciare" also means "let" in addition to "leave", but I just don't know exactly how to use it or what changes on it should be made. For example, I have seen "lasciarmi", "lasciami" and "lasciatemi", and I think these all mean "let me". I am a little confused by these changes and, if possible, I'd like to have some explanation about them.
Thanks in advance!

For learning: Italian
Base language: English
Category: Language

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