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let someone in

phrasal verb with let   /let/ verb ( present participle letting, past tense and past participle let)
to allow someone to enter a room or building, often by opening the door: Could you go down and let Rosa in?
(Definition of let someone in from the Websters Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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