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let

verb [T]
 
 
/let/ ( present participle letting, past tense and past participle let)
ALLOW B1 to allow someone to do something, or to allow something to happen
pozwalać
Let them play outside. Don't let the camera get wet. We let a whole year go by before we tried again.Allowing and permitting
let sb/sth in/past/through, etc B2 to allow someone or something to move to a particular place
wpuszczać/przepuszczać itp. kogoś/coś
They won't let us past the gate. I won't let him near my children. The roof lets in a lot of rain.Allowing and permittingGeneral words for movement
let's A2 something that you say when you are making a suggestion
zróbmy coś
Let's eat out tonight.Suggestions and proposals
let me/us something that you say when you are offering to help someone
pozwól, że ...
Let me carry your cases.Polite expressionsHelping and co-operating
BUILDING If you let a building or part of a building, you allow someone to live there and they give you money.
wynajmować
I let the top floor of my house to a student.Mortgages and real estateRenting, hiring and hire purchase in general Renting propertyRenting propertyMortgages and real estateRenting, hiring and hire purchase in general
Let's see/Let me see something that you say when you are trying to remember something or calculate something
zaraz, zaraz, zobaczmy
Let's see - there are five people and only three beds. It must have been - let me see - three years ago.InterjectionsSounds used as interjections
Let's say something that you say when you are suggesting a possible situation or action
powiedzmy, że ...
Let's say we'll meet back here in an hour.Suggestions and proposals
let sb know (sth) A2 to tell someone something
dać komuś znać (o czymś )
[+ question word] I'll let you know when we've fixed a date for the meeting.Announcing, informing and stating
let (sth) go to stop holding something
puszczać ( coś )
I let go of the rope.Falling and droppingMoving downwards
let yourself go to allow yourself to become less attractive or healthy
zaniedbać się
Deteriorating and making worse
to relax completely and enjoy yourself
rozluźnić się, poszaleć sobie
It's a party - let yourself go!Calming and relaxing
let's face it something that you say when the truth is unpleasant but must be accepted
spójrzmy prawdzie w oczy
Let's face it, we're not getting any younger.Honesty, openness and sincerity
→  See also let the cat out of the bag , let your hair down , get/let sb off the hook , let off steam , let alone , let sb down , let sb in , let yourself in for sth , let sb off , let on , let sb/sth out , let up
(Definition of let from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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