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Dictionary Spanish English: Let

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NOUN   a let | lets
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VERB  to let | let | let ... 
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SYNO   to get | to have | to let | to lease ... 
permitir a-algn/algo
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to let sb./sth.
dejar a algnto let sb. [permit]
2 Words
ni mucho menos {conj}let alone
y menos aún {conj}let alone
por no hablar de {conj}let alone
¡Vámonos!Let's go!
¡Corramos!Let's run!
¡Nademos!Let's swim!
dejar a algn en el arranque [cent.]to let sb. down [fail to meet one's side of the bargain]
hacer saber a algnto let sb. know
avisar a algn de algoto let sb. know sth.
dejar a-algn/algo sueltoto let sb./sth. loose
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Intentémoslo.Let's try it.
soltar a algn/algo [dejar]to let go of sb./sth.
desprenderse de algoto let go of sth.
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Deja que te ayude. [familiar, sing.]Let me help you.
Dejad que os ayude. [esp.]Let me help you.
Deje que le ayude.Let me help you.
Dejen que les ayude. [formal, pl.]Let me help you.
¡Permítanos ayudarle!Let us help you!
abandonar la vigilanciato let down one's guard [fig.]
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Unverified ¡A por ellos! [col.]Come on, let's kick arse! [Br.] [vulg.]
Unverified déjame masticarlo [déjame pensarlo] [sur.] [Colombia] [col.]let me mull it over [Am.] [coll.]
Démosles un poco de chocolate.Let's give them a bit of chocolate.
dar su brazo a torcer [col.] [locución]to let one's arm be twisted [coll.] [idiom] [give in to persuasion]
Unverified soltar una traca de pedosto let rip a series of farts
loc. descubrir el pastelto let the cat out of the bag
levantar la liebre [col.] [locución]to let the cat out of the bag [coll.] [idiom]
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