Word: let

Category: let

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Related words: let

let me, lyrics, let me watch, let it snow, let me in, let it be, frozen, let me know, let it roll, let me explain, barrel roll, idina menzel, kevin hart, passenger, letmewatchthis, let it shine

Synonyms: let

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: let

spanish
alquilar, permitir, tolerar, dejar


german
einsetzen, lassen, gewähren, vermieten, zulassen, ...

french
donner, laissée, laissé, laissées, accorder, ...

italian
consentire, lasciare, affittare, permettere

portuguese
deixar, consentir, lição, deixado, permitir, ...

dutch
toestaan, vergunnen, loslaten, toelaten, laten, ...

russian
разрешать, пропустить, припускать, давать, упустить, ...

norwegian
godkjenne, innrømme, la, tillate

swedish
tillåta, låta

finnish
jättää, sallia, laskea, olkoot, antaa, ...

danish
løslade

czech
pronajímat, nechávat, nechat, způsobit, ať, ...

polish
wynająć, zgadzać, pozwalać, pozwolić, dopuszczać, ...

greek
ενοικιάζομαι, αφήνω

ukrainian
орендодавці

albanian
lejoj, lëshoj, le

estonian
lubama, laskma

croatian
izdati, dozvoliti, dopustiti, izdavati, pustiti, ...

icelandic
láta, leyfa

latin
sino

slovak
at, nechať

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The meaning and "use of": let

noun
  • (in racket sports) a play that is nullified and has to be played again, especially when a served ball touches the top of the net.

verb
  • not prevent or forbid; allow.
  • allow someone to have the use of (a room or property) in return for regular payments; rent.
  • award (a contract for a particular project) to an applicant.
  • hinder.

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