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let sth down

phrasal verb with let uk   /let/  us   /let/ verb (present participle letting, past tense and past participle let)
  • (CLOTHES)

If you ​let down a ​piece of ​clothing, you make it ​longer: My ​trousersshrank in the ​wash so I ​let them down.
  • (AIR)

UK If you ​let down something ​filled with ​air, you ​cause the ​air to go out of it: Someone ​let my ​tyres down while I was at the ​gym.
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