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English

Pronunciation

Etymology 1

From Old English lǣtan (to allow, let go, bequeath, leave, rent), from Proto-Germanic *lǣt-, from Proto-Indo-European *lēd-. Cognate with Dutch latan, German lassen, Swedish låta.

Verb

Infinitive
to let

Third person singular
lets

Simple past
let or obsolete leet

Past participle
let or rarely letten

Present participle
letting

to let (third-person singular simple present lets, present participle letting, simple past let or obsolete leet, past participle let or rarely letten)
  1. To allow.
  2. To put up for rent.
Synonyms
Translations

Etymology 2

From Old English lettan (to hinder, delay), from Proto-Germanic *lāto-. Cognate with Dutch letten.

Verb

Infinitive
to let

Third person singular
lets

Simple past
letted

Past participle
let

Present participle
letting

to let (third-person singular simple present lets, present participle letting, simple past letted, past participle let)
  1. (archaic) To hinder, prevent.

Noun

Singular
let

Plural
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  1. A hindrance.
    ...without let or hindrance (on all commonwealth passports)
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Translations

Bosnian

Noun

let m (plural letovi)

  1. flight

Declension

Declension of let Singular Plural
Nominative let letovi
Genitive leta letova
Dative letu letovima
Accusative let letove
Vocative lete letovi
Instrumental letom letovima
Locative letu letovima



Croatian

Noun

let m (plural letovi)

  1. flight

Declension


Czech

Pronunciation

Noun

let m.

  1. flight

Danish

Adjective

let

  1. light
  2. easy

Dutch

Verb

let

  1. Singular present tense of letten.
  2. Imperative form of letten.

Serbian

Noun

let m. (plural letovi) (Cyrillic spelling лет)

  1. flight

Declension

Declension of let Singular Plural
Nominative let letovi
Genitive leta letova
Dative letu letovima
Accusative let letove
Vocative lete letovi
Instrumental letom letovima
Locative letu letovima



Slovene

Noun

let m.

  1. flight

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