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Synonyms for LET

allow

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let fly

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let someone go: release

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let someone go: make redundant

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let someone in on something

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  • allow to know about
  • let into
  • allow to share in

let someone loose

let something down

let something go or let go of something

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  • stop holding
  • release your grip on

let something off: fire

let something off: emit

let something or someone in

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let something out: release

let something out: emit

let something out: reveal

Synonyms for LET

to afford an opportunity for

to neither forbid nor prevent

to give temporary use of in return for payment

let down: to cause to descend

let down: to cause unhappiness by failing to satisfy the hopes, desires, or expectations of

let in: to serve as a means of entrance for

let off: to discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently

let off: to free from an obligation or duty

let out: to discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently

let out: to remove (a liquid) by a steady, gradual process

let out: to disclose in a breach of confidence

let up: to grow or cause to grow gradually less

let up: to become or cause to become less active or intense

let up: to reduce in tension, pressure, or rigidity

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a serve that strikes the net before falling into the receiver's court

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make it possible through a specific action or lack of action for something to happen

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actively cause something to happen

cause to move

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leave unchanged

grant use or occupation of under a term of contract

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Then I heard Dave Prentis, who runs Unison, Britain's biggest union, let drop that his members' pensions average just pounds 31 a week.
Statements like "I vaguely knew I wanted to destroy myself because I was so depressed--depressed that all we'd done over there was for nothing,' and "That fall I learned I had post-traumatic stress disorder' are simply let drop, as if in their reverence for their subjects' pain, the authors did not want to push for too many details.
Last month, Deputy Oil Minister Javad Oji let drop that 30 percent of the country's gas consumers had failed to pay their latest gas bills, which soared after the reduction in state subsidies.
He let drop news that he is marrying Mrs Parker Bowles just as Barclays announced a pounds 4.
One read: "Having consulted the Ambassador to the Holy See and the Portuguese Government, the Department came to the conclusion that the Spanish suggestion was ill-conceived and unrealistic and the matter was quietly let drop.
He let drop a remark about 'perhaps ten per cent' of Britain's population feeling the pinch if things go wrong because they have borrowed too much -close on six million people.
We also see her as a bride (an hour after their wedding Walton was to let drop, casually, the fact that he would not want their union to produce any children - some years later he would dragoon her into having an abortion) and as a honeymooner voyaging to England with her new husband.
Meantime, as the Chancellor proudly let drop that, since Labour came to power in 1997, the fuel escalator had paid off a handy pounds 30 billion of the national debt, before rousing the refinery blockaders to rebellion.
Then yesterday, presenting a dismal CBI Industry industrial survey, Mr Nick Reilly, chairman of Vauxhall, our most profitable car builder, let drop the word 'recession'.
That done, NatWest was able to let drop hints that if its shareholders let it escape it will reward them with huge helpings of cash to be raised by selling most of the bits and pieces of itself that Bank of Scotland says it would sell.